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WORLD & Niel aN O)INH 
_ DECEMBER 18 -19, 2020 | HONG KONG 





Front Cover Lots: 30088, 30193, 30187, 30148, 30093, 30124, 30204, 30296, 30106, 30005 
Inside Front Cover Lots: 30152, 30167, 30184, 30211, 30247, 30224, 30321, 30138, 30149, 30007 
Inside Back Cover Lots: 30128, 30194, 30269, 30150, 30201, 30094, 30301, 30090, 30229, 30028 
Back Cover Lots: 30131, 30104, 30057, 30127, 30166, 30220, 30120, 30160, 30221, 30043 





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Signature® Auction #3087 


WORLD & ANCIENT COINS 


Featuring: The Cape Coral Collection | The Maurice Storck Collection 


December 18 & 19, 2020 





Hong Kong 


The Mira Hotel | 118 Nathan Road | Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong 


FLOOR Session 1 (“see note below) 
(Floor, Telephone, HERITAGELive!®, Internet, Fax, and Mail) 
Lots 30001-30335 
Friday, December 18 « 10:00 AM HKT 
Thursday, December 17 « 8:00 PM CST 


LOT VIEWING 
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to make an appointment. 


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Monday, December 7 — Saturday, December 12 | 10:00 AM — 5:00 PM HKT 
Monday, December 14 — Wednesday, December 16 | 10:00 AM — 5:00 PM HKT 


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Auctioneers: Sophie Duncan TX 17901; Jennifer Jayne Marsh TX 17105 

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Lots 31001-31217 
Saturday, December 19 « 2:00 PM HKT 
Saturday, December 19 « 12:00 AM CST 


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World & Ancient Coin Specialists 





Cristiano Bierrenbach Kenneth Yung Warren Tucker 
Executive Vice President Managing Director Hong Kong Vice President World Coins — Director of International Numismatics 





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Dear Bidder, 


As the last major auction event on our 2020 numismatic calendar, our December Hong Kong Signature Sale allows us to 
reflect on the events of the year with a new appreciation for how we have been able to weather the turbulent events of the 
last 12 months. While we have undeniably been presented with new challenges and uncertainties, through cooperation, 
accommodation, and a willingness to innovate, we have been incredibly fortunate to witness a growth in the interest for 
rare coins at a time when so many other industries are still trying to find their footing. As one of the key markets that both 
had shown considerable growth in the years prior to 2020 and which has continued to show great resilience, the Asian coin 
market very much represents the spirit and eagerness that has helped keep the collecting community alive and vibrant. 
Certainly the embodiment of this collecting spirit, the following lots offer a brief overview of the selections the current sale 
holds, all of which are poised to inspire ever greater interest amongst their prospective future owners. 


Heading the Chinese offerings chronologically is an extremely impressive pair of Taiwanese military ration dollars. Produced 
contemporaneously with the Taiping Rebellion, these historically fascinating and rare issues are often considered to be the 
first silver coins of modern China. From Kuang-hst’'s reign comes a splendid Specimen 64-graded Heaton mint trial for the 
1889 Kwantung 50 Cents—a piece which reflects the next stages of the nation’s monetary history and whose purpose was 
to train Chinese mint workers in an effort to modernize coin production. Produced at another newly established mint of 
the 19th-century, a gorgeous 1897 Kiangnan Dollar, preserved in laudable condition, provides the discerning collector yet 
another chance to pursue superb quality (being the “sister” piece to the example we offered in July). Finally, at the tail end 
of his long tenure as Emperor, we see a near-gem original strike 1906 Pattern Tael, toned over in engaging pastel colors 
and struck not long after the reestablishment of the Tientsin mint. 


The end of the Empire and beginning of the Republic brings with it its own selection of treasured rarities, including an 
MS64-certified 1910 Pattern Dollar of Hstan-t’ung, a choice three-quarters bust Yuan Shih-kai Pattern Dollar designed 

by famed engraver Luigi Giorgi, and a simply astonishing Mint State 1928 “Kuomintang” Dollar from Kansu that is likely 
amongst the finest examples of the type to come to market in decades. Not to be remiss on modern rarities, the likely 
highlight of the People’s Republic section is an extremely rare gold 20 ounce “Peacock” 1500 Yuan—the undisputed ‘king’ 
of the series and number 21 of only 66 produced. 


We've curated a small, yet pleasing selection of ancient coins for your consideration, from a range of cultures and with a 
focus on style and beauty. Colorful toning is presented on the Calabria and Cilicia staters, Diocletian argenteus and Lysim- 
achus tetradrachm. Alexander the Great and Carthage staters, along with a Larissa drachm, are examples struck from dies 
of Fine Style. If you are looking for new additions to your collection in the form of certified superior eye appeal, the ‘stars’ 
of the section include a Lydian trite, Mytilene hecte, Cassius and Titus denarii, Valentinian II solidus and four magnificent 
Athens owl tetradrachms. 


As the year ends, we have little doubt that the present sale will be a welcomed installment in the history of the hobby, 
and we all look forward to the opportunities that the future holds to grow, expand, and further develop our collections. 
If we can be of any assistance in helping you to acquire that new coin that puts the finishing touches on your holdings, or 


acquire a rarity that sparks a new wave of interest, please do not hesitate to contact us. Good luck and happy bidding! 


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Cristiano Bierrenbach Kenneth Yung 


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30001 CALABRIA. Tarentum. Ca. 281-240 BC. AR stater or 
didrachm (20mm, 6.56 gm, lh). NGC MS 4/5 - 5/5. Aristocles 
and Di-, magistrates. Warrior on horseback charging right, shield 
and two spears in left hand, preparing to cast a third in right; 
API-XTO/KA-H2 below, AI behind / TAPAYX, Taras astride 
dolphin left, cantharus in outstretched right hand, trident cradled 
in left arm; head of nymph left in right field. HN Italy 1033. 
Vlasto 877-82. 


404 Fle AMIS. MATH 281-2404, wpe SR 
a/2t050% (20mm, 6.56 gm, 1h). NGC MS 4/5 - 5/5, 
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L033 Viasto 87-82. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30002 LUCANIA. Metapontum. Ca. 510-470 BC. AR stater (23mm, 
7.86 gm, 12h). NGC AU 5/5 - 3/5. META, barley ear with seven 
grains; dotted border on raised rim / Incuse barley ear with seven 
grains; striated border on incuse rim. Noe Class VII. 


mee. MRR (MAT H5D1O-4704) ,. HARRY 
(23mm, eau 12h) « NGC AU 5/5-- 37/5. 

WESCMETA. @-CBU MADE A, RA Ma LE, Ih 

MAAR, lel tkb RAL; Be SCRA, BNoe Class VII. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 














30003 SICILY. Syracuse. Second Democracy (ca. 466-460 BC). AR 
tetradrachm (26mm, 17.53 gm, 6h). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 5/5. 
Charioteer driving quadriga walking right, kentron in right hand, 
reins in both; Nike flying right above to crown horses, ketos right 
in exergue / YYRAKOXI-O-N, pearl-diademed head of Arethusa 
right, wearing pendant earring and pearl necklace, hair brushed 
straight, looped at back and tucked up under diadem; four dol- 
phins swimming clockwise around. Boehringer 479. SNG ANS 
148 (460-440 BC). 


Ex Stack’s Bowers, private sale; Christie’s, Auction 6756 (7 
February 1989), lot 7. 


Wee, atid BORER AAT HH 466-4604) . BRA 
Esk" (26mm, 17.53 gm, 6h) . NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 5/5, 
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> SNG ANS 148 (A7G#T460-4404F) . 

HA: 1989442 FE 444H 6 756% 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 


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30004 ZEUGITANA. Carthage. Ca. 350-320 BC. AV stater (18mm, 
9.29 gm, 9h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. Bust of Tanit left, hair wreathed 
with grain ears, wearing triple-pendant earring and necklace with 
ten pendants; dotted border / Horse standing right on exergual 
line; three pellets to lower right at shin height, dotted border. 
Jenkins & Lewis, Group II[h. Excellent strike and centering on 
gleaming flan. 


AL eH Ay, mA, HAT H350-3204, ZRERKHS' 
(18mm, 9.29 gm, 9h) « NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 

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Ru, BRE, PARE. 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 





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ZEUGITANA. Carthage. Ca. 350-320 BC. AV stater (18mm, 
9.40 gm, 1h). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5, Fine Style. Bust of 
Tanit left, hair wreathed with grain ears, wearing triple-pendant 
earring and necklace with eight pendants; dotted border / Horse 
standing right on exergual line; three pellets to lower right at shin 
height, dotted border. Jenkins & Lewis, Group IIIh. Strongly 
struck on matte surfaces with underlying luster. 


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(18mm, 9.40 gm, 1h). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5, Fine 

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Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 





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30006 MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III the Great (336- 


323 BC). AV stater (18mm, 8.55 gm, 9h). NGC MS 5/5 - 2/5, 
Fine Style, edge filing. Posthumous issue of Babylon, under 
Seleucus I Nicator, ca. 311-305 BC. Head of Athena right, hair 
flowing loose, over left shoulder, and upswept at temple, wearing 
pendant earring, necklace, and triple-crested Corinthian helmet 
pushed back on head, short parallel crest ends, the bowl decorated 
with griffin leaping right / AAEZANAPOY / BAXIAEQY, Nike 
standing facing, head left, wreath in outstretched right hand, 
stylis cradled in left arm; MI in outer left field, HYP monogram 
within wreath in left field below wing. Price 3749 corr. (sphinx on 
helmet). 


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Hk 44% (18mm, 8.55 gm, 9h). NGC MS 5/5 - 2/5, Fine 
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MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III the Great (336- 
323 BC). AV stater (17mm, 8.56 gm, 4h). NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5. 
Lifetime issue of Lampsacus, ca. 328-323 BC. Head of Athena 
right, hair in four tight corkscrew curls, three more curls over 
left shoulder, wearing pendant earring, pearl necklace and 
triple-crested Corinthian helmet pushed back on head, long diver- 
gent crest ends, the bowl decorated with coiled serpent right 
/ AAEZANAPOY, Nike standing facing, head left, wreath in 
outstretched right hand, stylis cradled in left arm; conjoined fore- 
parts of two horses in outer left field, AIO monogram in left field 
below wing. Price 1358. 


RHA, PR LDASHAW VATH 336-3234). BEE 
BOR AWE (17mm, 8.56 gn. Ah) . NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5. 
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Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III the Great (336- 
323 BC). AV stater (17mm, 8.54 gm, I1lh). NGC XF 5/5 - 2/5, 
brushed, marks. Lifetime issue of Sardes, ca. 334-323 BC. Head 
of Athena right, hair flowing loose in waves, wearing pendant 
earring, necklace and triple-crested Corinthian helmet pushed 
back on head, long divergent crest ends, the bowl decorated with 
coiled serpent right / AAEZANAPOY, Nike standing facing, head 
left, wreath in outstretched right hand, stylis cradled in left arm; 
coiled serpent left in left field. Price 2532. 


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Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30009 THRACO-MACEDONIAN TRIBES. 


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Ares with Horse Tribal Octodrachm 
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The Bisaltae. Ca. 
480-465 BC. AR octodrachm (32mm, 28.88 gm). NGC Choice 
VF 4/5 - 3/5. Graeco-Asiatic standard. BI-L-AATIKO-N, bridled 
horse prancing right, nude warrior ‘Ares’ standing right on his 
far side, shoulders facing, wearing causia, two horizontal spears 
in right hand / Shallow quadripartite incuse square. cf. Svoronos 
plate XI, 4 (legend breaks). 


Ex Numismatic Fine Arts, Auction XXXIII (1994), lot 103 


6,5 Hr- URa A. LEE. AAC 480-4654, /\ fear 
56 Bante (32mm, 28.88 gm) . NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 3/5. 

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Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 
Starting Bid: $1,500 





THRACIAN KINGDOM. Lysimachus (305-281 BC). AR tet- 
radrachm (30mm, 17.04 gm, 12h). NGC XF 5/5 - 5/5. Lifetime 
issue of Heraclea ad Pontum, ca. 288/7-282/1 BC. Diademed head 
of deified Alexander III right, with horn of Ammon; dotted border 
/ BAXIAEQY / AYZLIMAXOY, Athena enthroned left, Nike in 
right hand crowning name, left arm resting on shield decorated 
with lion head boss, transverse spear beyond; HP monogram on 
throne, club left in exergue. Thompson 178. Muller 365. 


Ex Collection of a Southern Pathologist (Classical Numismatic 
Group, Auction 342, 14 January 2015), lot 104; purchased from C. 
H. Wolfe, 8 March 1989 


2S ER. ABRAM ATH305-2814) . RESO SiH 
Sk (30mm, 17.04 gm, 12h). NGC XF 5/5 - 5/5, 

4 iL Fe Fl Bee I, SE, ATU BY 288/7-282/144. HH 4b 
AY te RL AS tH eR, RE PRR ZA, REE. 
 # XBASILEOS/LYSIMAXOY, 42240 fi Ze A(R, AE EAC 
cH, AEE L, SOI a BBE fA Bl ALES TH 
HB LA tETFHR, Blah eR RAK. AThompson 178. Muller 
2096 

4: Collection of a Southern Pathologist (20154F1F 
Classical Numismatic Group#3423778 #) ; 19894F3A8H ie 
WC. H. Wolfe 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30011 THESSALY. Larissa. Ca. mid-4th century BC. AR stater or 
didrachm (23mm, 12.16 gm, 6h). NGC XF 4/5 - 5/5, Fine Style. 
Head of nymph Larissa facing, turned slightly left, hair in ampyx, 
wearing pendant earrings and necklace / AAPI-X-AION, bridled 
horse prancing right on ground line. HGC 4, 409. BCD Thessaly I 
308. Lorber, Hoard 67-8. 


SE REF, TERE. AACA ALY, HEE ye eR — 
3. BSR (23mm, 12.16 gm, 6h). NGC XF 4/5 - 5/5, Fine 
Style. 

tlc tr 2 EE BR, eral 2 Bl, SR Oe ep 
LARI-S-AION, <#HR % 4 fie }2. BHGC 4, 409. BCD 
Thessaly I 308. Lorber, Hoard 67-8. 

Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 








30012 THESSALY. Larissa. Ca. 400-365 BC. AR drachm (20mm, 
6.08 gm, 10h). NGC Choice VF 5/5 - 3/5. Head of nymph Larissa 
facing, turned slightly left, hair in ampyx, wearing plain necklace 
/ AAPI-ZA-I, horse prancing right, head reverted, rein trailing 
below. Lorber, Early, 31.2. BCD Thessaly II 221. Extremely rare 
reverse type. 


Ex Classical Numismatic Group, Mail Bid Sale 79 (17 September 
2008), lot 188 


ZEA, 2 ERE, MAT H400-3654. Bia (20mm, 
6.08 gm, 10h) . NGC Choice VF 5/5 - 3/5. 

fli a Be TER, Be A, BP ASE. OC LARI- 
SA-I, RARE, SEE, HARE. BLorber, Early 31.2 
o BCD Thessaly II 221. HH tk&A EAN RK. 

th Se Classical Numismatic Group @ 5#,4%79 4H 
Aap A 

Estimate: $1,000-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $500 








30013 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 510/500-480 BC. AR tetradrachm 
(22mm, 17.04 gm, 8h). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 4/5. Head of 
Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet, the crest box orna- 
mented with chevron pattern / AOE, owl standing right with 
closed wings, head facing; olive sprig with two leaves and one 
berry behind, all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1590 (ca. 500/490- 
485/480 BC). Seltman Groups C, G and M. 


Pye, HEB, A708 510/500-4804, 2a w tr BAR 
'® (22mm, 17.04 gm, 8h). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 4/5. 
EAM RE A, RA EAN Ge RARE, HAV ACK. 
oc ATHE, $7 wash, Biew, KE: See 
HERR BA, ALIA BIEN. BHGC 4, 1590 (A 
XTC HT 500/490-485/4804F) . Seltman Groups C, G and M. 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30014 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 475-465 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 
16.87 gm, 11h). NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5. Head of Athena right with 
frontal eye and ‘archaic smile’, hair drawn in wavy line across 
forehead, wearing earring, pearl necklace, and Attic helmet 
ornamented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl 
standing right, head facing, olive sprig with berry and small cres- 
cent moon behind, all within deep incuse square. HGC 4, 1595. 
Starr Group IV. Possibly a post-465 BC issue, as noted on the 
holder. 


PreK, HER, MAT H475-4654, BBE O eee 
(25mm, 16.87 gm, 11h) . NGC AU® 5/5 - 4/5. . 

Ae SLR AR, TE SEER, ELE H RUAB  R, T IR 

RARA BE, REIR QUA Aca IN Pte ABA AE, BHA = Hr 

Fae Se Bad 2] PS. AC ATHE, Se BUR shar, BE; AiR 

RY BU BETA, HT IBEIEN A. ZHGC 4, 1595. Starr 

Group IV. WRATH 465FRNKE, FPREARR. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





Star’ Transitional Owl Tetradrachm 
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30015 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 455-440 BC. AR tetradrachm (23mm, 
17.15 gm, 10h). NGC AU* 5/5 - 4/5. Early transitional issue. 
Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented 
with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / A@E, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig with berry and crescent moon behind, all 
within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. 


PreK, HEH. AAT H445-4404, BAS ee eae 
(23mm, 17.15 gm, 10h) . NGC AU® 5/5 - 4/5. 

FIR io. TERM KR, BOA EY te HAZE, 

ti = Hr Fae Sal a. AOC ATHE, @HERUE Ghar, BA 

TEM; BRST AER, ARAB EEN A. BHGC 4, 1597. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30016 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 


17.20 gm, 6h). NGC Choice MS 5/5 - 4/5. Mid-mass coinage 
issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet orna- 
mented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl 
standing right, head facing; olive sprig with berry and cres- 
cent moon behind, all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG 
Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


yae tk, FEHR, AAT H440-4044, B#4EU ewe eR 
(25mm, 17.20 sm 6h) . NGC Choice MS 5/5 - 4/5, 


Ua eS de KAMER, BRA HER 
HA, HAS RARE RMS, Hm CATHE, HE ase 


aL, HIE; DET 4 it Hy FG EI EA. BHGC 4 
, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30017 


Mint State ‘Star’ Owl Tetradrachm 


A AE Rm 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (24mm, 
17.20 gm, 10h). NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. 
Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented 
with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AQE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig with berry and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. Superbly struck on lustrous, flashy surfaces. 


byte, JEH, AAT H440-4044, ZB#LED eH eaRe 
(24mm, 17.20 se 10h), NGC MS* 5/5 - 5/5. 


ee eas euREs, A a A oe Rh BN PAE KX, 
A, MAH A a. SC ATHE, HB oh 


a HA AE; DLO AMIR AL RABE NA, B 
HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40, Kroll 8. KHIR, i 
ne 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30018 


30019 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 
17.19 gm, 6h). NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. Head 
of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with 
three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig with berry and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


Pte. FEL. KR aaa AO4#, @#EW Mtr Baie 
(25mm, 17.19 om, NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. 

reareted, # Pek a err Cie 
eA, MAS Aq ie, YS ATHE, SHH yA 


5A iE; SRR AMARA HEA. &HGC 4, 
1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (26mm, 
17.17 gm, 10h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. 
Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented 
with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AQE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig with berry and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


Pte. HEH. MATH 440-4044, RHE tre BR 
(26mm, 17.17 gm, 10h) . NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 

ee re Ce ee ee Ce ick eee 

BAL, We =H AE TAR. 4 WOCATHE, fa SUE We) A oh 

MT, RIEW; RAR RHA, AURA. BHCC 4 

, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30020 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (27mm, 


17.19 gm, lh). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. Head 
of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with 
three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig with berry and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


eK. HE. MAT H440-4044, HES Rt eH SR 
(27mm, 17.19 gm, 1h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 

SEETHER, EAMOM RHE, WA CMR ER 

BE, fi A = HA ESE RR a] A ECATHE, 4 BIE (el ik 

1, RIEM; RMR HA, WURABEANA. BHCC 4 

, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30021 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 


17.20 gm, 7h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. Head 
of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with 
three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig with berry and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


eK. HH. MAT H440-4044, REE Str eH SR 
(25mm, 17.20 gm, 7h) . NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 

PEEHEM EE. RRMURGE, WHA CHORES 

BE, Bi = br A te SE 4 Sd EC ATHE, 8 UE te] 3k 

Vw, Rie; ARR, BRA BEA. BHGC 4 

, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30022 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (27mm, 


17.20 gm, 9h). NGC MS 4/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. Head 
of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with 
three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig with berry and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


eK. HEH. MATH 440-4044, BEE OW tie HR 
(27mm, 17.20 gm, 9h) . NGC MS 4/5 - 5/5. 

PEEAEH RE, ERMU ADE, WHA CHORES 

HA, t= ESE. HP OCATHE, SUR AS 

TZ, RIEW; FARR HA, AMARA. BHCC 4 

, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30023 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (24mm, 


17.19 gm, 3h). NGC Choice AU* 5/5 - 4/5, Full Crest. Mid- 
mass coinage issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic 
helmet ornamented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, 
owl standing right, head facing; olive sprig with berry and cres- 
cent moon behind, all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG 
Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


HK. HH. AAT H440-404, Ee ED tr 5 SR 
(24mm, 17.19 gm, 3h). NGC Choice AU*® 5/5 - 4/5, %# 


#6 

PERHEN EE. RAM MRD, TMAH ty ER 
A, WA = PSE AAR, PP POCATHE, $B Fh 
TL, REM; Few RHA, ARAB. EB 
HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $500 








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30024 


ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 
17.17 gm, 2h). NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5, Full Crest, brushed. Mid- 
mass coinage issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic 
helmet ornamented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, 
owl standing right, head facing; olive sprig with berry and cres- 
cent moon behind, all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG 
Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


se. HH. AAT H440-4044, eS De tr SR 
(25mm, 17.17 gm, 2h) . NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5, H## Al. 
PERT EW EE. EMMA HH, TA Ci MER 

RA, WHE RARER ASR. PMPOCATHE, SHUR ee 

WT, RIM; ARAMA, AMR A. BGC 4 

, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30025 





PONTIC KINGDOM. Mithradates VI Eupator (120-63 BC). 
AR tetradrachm (32mm, 11h). ANACS XF45. Dated Seleucid 
Era 223, 12th month (75 BC). Diademed head of Mithradates 
VI right, with windswept hair / BAXIAEQY / MIOPAAATOY / 
EYIIATOPOX, stag standing left on ground line, head lowered 
to graze; star within crescent above [KY (date) to left, two mono- 
grams to right, IB (month) below, all within ivy wreath. DCA 692. 
HGC 7, 338. De Callatay D52-R1. 


ASE, KAI MAH eae CATCH 120-634). REE 
py 4 tr 9, SRK (32mm, 11h). ANACS XF 45. 

WT KA 3B Bh E2234 812A ATCTS®) 9 RELIED 
THERR, Rot, HAM eK Mm. HX BASILEOW/ 
MITHRADATOY/EYPATOROS, Te BE, TEL Zc Sk 3. EHF ARE, 1K 
HLS, AE GM) LHALZ PHA, AEM FEAS, 
MA tEtF EA, IB CAR) EF, SRL HAE RW. DCA 692 
o HGC 7, 338. De Callatay D52-R1. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30026 









MYSIA. Cyzicus. Ca. 600-550 BC. EL sixth-stater or hecte 
(10mm, 2.64 gm). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 4/5. Boar head right, 
holding tunny upward in mouth / Quadripartite incuse square. 
Hurter & Liewald II 35. cf. Von Fritze I 34 (stater and hemihecte). 
Boston MFA -. SNG BN -. Pozzi 2162. SNG Berry 926. 


Mag tn, SCART, XAT HT 600-5504, ZREKAZ—-HIA 
4s" (Omm, 2.64 gm). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 4/5. 
SREHA, HeePAe Leo, FHOFWM RY, B 
Hurter& Liewald II 35. Von Fritze I 34 (stater and hemi- 
hecte). Boston MFA-. SNGBN-. Pozzi2162, SNGBerry 
926. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30027 





LESBOS. Mytilene. Ca. 521-478 BC. EL sixth-stater or hecte 
(10mm, 2.54 gm, 10h). NGC Choice XF* 5/5 - 4/5. Head of 
roaring lion right with pelleted truncation / Incuse head of rooster 
left with a full comb and granulated broad bottom; irregular 
incuse rectangle punch behind. Bodenstedt 7. 


BY Br. HE PK, MAT H521-4784, ELERAZ RHE 
#* (lOmm, 2.54 gm, 10h) . NGC Choice XF& 5/5 - 4/5. 

med, Pe Fy eT TED a, 7 ek EY S/N i, JRE Ee, 
PRL; 4a KALE WY HE REN, ABodenstedt 7. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30028 IONIA. Ephesus. Ca. 133-88 BC. AV stater (19mm, 8.52 gm, 


11h). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5. First series, ca. 133-100 BC. 
Draped bust of Artemis right, hair drawn into knot at back of 
head, wearing stephane and pendant earring, bow and quiver over 
left shoulder / E-®, cult statue of Artemis Ephesia facing, fillet 
hanging from each hand, lighted torch (or thymiaterion) in inner 
right field between statue and fillet. Jenkins, Hellenistic, pl. B, 6 
(dated 123-119 BC). Head p. 69, 4 var. (different control mark). 


The Hellenistic gold staters of Ephesus have been the subject of 
long-running debate over when they were struck. In the 1880s, 
the eminent Barklay V. Head assigned them to the period of the 
Mithradatic Wars, circa 88-86 BC, when Ephesus briefly came 
under the control of the Pontic King Mithradates VI Eupator. 
However, as more varieties were discovered over the next 
century, it became clear they were struck over a much longer 
period of time. G.K. Jenkins, in a 1987 article, placed them in two 
groups starting in the later second century BC, after the Roman 
takeover of Asia Province in 133 BC, and linked the reverse 
symbols present on several varieties to similar symbols found on 
the common cistophoric tetradrachm coinage of the Roman era. 
Staters with a simpler two-letter ethnic, including the present 
example, belong to the earlier period, prior to 100 BC, while 
coins with a longer form come later in the series. 


SUT. UAT. MATH 133-88. REE Me SI 
(19mm, 8.52 gm, 11h) . NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5. 
AVDTG BY 133-1004F HY 5% — HA. PL At Te ER, 
BEG, FARRAR, REWER PRER, ARLE 
PeadiGat TH CE-PH, PP Gt Gt ok A ER IE, Rte 
FARM RAL PO, FERS OD, AR HK IE 

pane Hellenistic, pl. B, 6 (A%#7123-1194) . Head p. ra 
4 variety (AIIBY EV at) « 


DA Be PAT BR a FRAC, Pep SO ARE oS EO, 
AS a7. 19 A804, Ese Al. V. wee 
TU HY 88-86 4F HY ARF al 3 i BH Td, RE ELA #8 AT FE 
ARF BE BN TAB Hill Bo bei MEE SHR Hl Ze Ey EA 
BLA, TUM ee RRNA eae, CK eae 
198726 BY — fas CH RE AP ao at PD EL, ES NT BY ic HR TH 
AC, GEE TRA TUM 133 4F Be ae AH EE AT east, tt Fe HE SK 
Bl Fe TH BY Fe pe Be ee BY I eR Ee” 
ey i EFR Bl BN HE WE aR aR, EL By 
EEE BLN SRE, ta Be — 4, ATOR LOOFZ NER, 

Tie EC HY Hl Ay EE BN 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 


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30029 





LYDIAN KINGDOM. Alyattes or Walwet (ca. 610-561 BC). 
EL third-stater or trite 143mm, 4.72 gm). NGC AU 4/5 - 4/5. 
Uninscribed issue, Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Head of 
lion right, mouth open, mane bristling, radiate globule above eye 
/ Two square punches of different size, side by side, with irregular 
interior surfaces. Weidauer 86. Boston 1764. SNG von Aulock 
2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 


Jae EB, eB eee (AAC HI610-5614) . BRB=EDZ 
— AHS (13mm, 4.72gm) . NGC AU 4/5 - 4/5. 
eee, BRE KALA, CS eR. iS, ae CREA, 
ZEST, Rig kaa RIA BEI DSR WA EEE JR EN, 
RtAR, AWA. BWeidauer 86. Boston 1764. SNG von 
Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan LOLS s 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30030 


LYDIAN KINGDOM. Alyattes or Walwet (ca. 610-561 BC). 
EL third-stater or trite (12mm, 4.76 gm). NGC Choice XFx* 
5/5 - 5/5. Uninscribed issue, Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes 
mint. Head of lion right, mouth open, mane bristling, radiate 
globule above eye / Two square punches of different size, side by 
side, with irregular interior surfaces. Weidauer 86. Boston 1764. 
SNG von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 


2 Re ER, Pe ee CA ATCHT610-5614F) .,. MEBEDZ 
— BH FA (12mm, 4.76gm) . NGC Choice XF* 5/5 


- 5/5. 

FES, SJR SPOR A AB el, BER We AG, A, 
ESI, IRL Ae aot ARN DR, A ETB, 
RtAR, AWA. BWeidauer 86. Boston 1764. SNG von 
Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30031 


LYDIAN KINGDOM. Alyattes or Walwet (ca. 610-561 BC). 
EL third-stater or trite (13mm, 4.70 gm). NGC XF 5/5 - 5/5. 
Uninscribed issue, Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Head of 
lion right, mouth open, mane bristling, radiate globule above eye 
/ Two square punches of different size, side by side, with irregular 
interior surfaces. Weidauer 86. Boston 1764. SNG von Aulock 
2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 


BREA. Se ee (AY ATCHI610-5614F) ,. HBB=ADZ 

— BAH" (13mm, 4.70 gm). NGC XF 5/5 - 5/5, 
FESS, J EKA ABH sek AEM, Ae Se a, EL ate Ba, 

REET, RL RPAH DR, OWT CENA, 

Rt*em, WHR. AWeidauer 36, Boston 1764, SNG 

von Aulock 2868, SNG Kayhan 1013. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $750 





30032 


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LYDIAN KINGDOM. Alyattes or Walwet (ca. 610-546 BC). 
EL third-stater or trite (12mm, 4.74 gm). NGC VF 4/5 - 4/5. 
Uninscribed issue, Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Head of 
lion right, mouth open, mane bristling, radiate globule above eye / 
Bipartite oblong punch with irregular interior surfaces. Weidauer 
86. Boston 1764. SNG von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 





Lydia was the first kingdom of the ancient world to make wide- 
spread use of the newly invented medium of coinage. Previously, 
city-states along the Anatolian coast had experimented with 
pre-weighing nuggets of electrum and marking them with various 
abstract designs. Alyattes, who founded the Lydian Kingdom 
circa 619 BC, standardized the striking of coins on a wide scale 
and used as an obverse design an image of the sun (shown as a 
“radiate globule”) rising over a lion’s head, the symbol of his 
family, the Mermnadae. 


ee EB, Pele ee (A ATCAY610-5464) , BH#B=ADZ 
— Hr RR (12mm, 4.72gm) . NGC VF 4/5 - 4/5. 
SESS, FJ A-OK A AB vpiaie At SA a, ae Ck BA, 
BEE, Ri LAP RM )DR, HOW ENA, 
RIA, Am ht. BWeidauer 86, Boston 1764, SNG 
von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 


BE sw ha I Oe a RN MR Oe, A, 
HEAD EAT RYE RB HEM IIH, A 
HR ET EEE EAM. PY mE AK A ATC HT 6194F 2 50 T BR 
ue EB, fle SPE BY ty Ba fT YY ie WY EE ML, rd ean 
ARNE i LE EFT EN A a LR CRAB A” BED ER” ) FATE 
AX Elo 
Estimate: $1,000-$2,000 
Starting Bid: $500 








30033 


30034 





LYDIAN KINGDOM. Croesus (561-546 BC). AV third-stater 
or trite (11mm, 2.67 gm). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5, coun- 
termark. Sardes, ‘light’ standard, ca. 553-539 BC. Confronted 
foreparts of lion right and bull left, both with outstretched foreleg 
/ Rectangular bipartite incuse punch with irregular interior sur- 
faces. Berk 9.6. SNG von Aulock 8212. Countermark is on the 
edge of the coin, visible at 9h in the image of the reverse. 


Bt EB. MFR AATH561-5464) . REBEDZ 
— re 4 a (1mm, 2.67gm) . NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5. 


TE Eto 
pe ae He WR IE | A AAT 553-53942, LAE 
AAEM HH, 4 BUM. HHAWHAWBRN, A)DA-A 
tHE, Asem Pt. BBerk 9.6. SNG von Aulock 8212, 
ALE VORA Ae UR &., 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 


Starting Bid: $1,500 





LYDIAN KINGDOM. Croesus (561-546 BC). AR stater or 
double siglos (2lmm, 10.63 gm). NGC XF 5/5 - 4/5. Sardes. 
Confronted foreparts of lion right and bull left, both with out- 
stretched foreleg / Two square punches of different size, side by 
side, with irregular interior surfaces. SNG Kayhan 1018. BMFA 
2070. Berk, 100 Greatest Ancient Coins, 9.19. 


RE, BRR (AAT AH 5S1-54644) , HEE Ae 
$k (21mm, 10.63 gm). NGC XF 5/5 - 4/5. 

Bee ee, OOP HS, ARM, PR 
FIEEN, KNA-E GUE, WROTE. B SNG ian 
1018, BMFA 2070. Berk, 100 Greatest relent Coins, 9.19. 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30035 





ACHAEMENID PERSIA. Xerxes IIJ-Artaxerxes II (Sth-4th 
centuries BC). AV daric (16mm, 8.31 gm). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 
Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes, ca. 420-375 BC. Persian king or 
hero, wearing cidaris and candys, quiver over shoulder, in kneel- 
ing-running stance right, drapery in long curve from left knee 
to right ankle, right knee obscured by drapery, transverse spear 
in right hand, bow forward in left / Irregular rectangular incuse 
punch. Carradice Type IIIb, Group C. Sunrise 28. 


TRELSRKH. FHMC E TER OMOH Aa5-4t 
42) . Avie (16mm, 8.31 gm). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 
JK RE 7K A AB al, BE BS, KERR A, BH 
AE, HH AAR, KH BARE BARK, IA, 6 
SHARE A, EFAS. HRPM. BCarradice 
Type IIb, Group C. Sinise £08 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 


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GREEK - JUDAEA - INDIA 


30036 


30037 





ACHAEMENID PERSIA. Xerxes II-Artaxerxes II (Sth-4th 
centuries BC). AV daric (16mm, 8.35 gm). NGC MS 4/5 - 3/5, 
scuffs. Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes, ca. 420-375 BC. Persian 
king or hero, wearing cidaris and candys, quiver over shoulder, 
in kneeling-running stance right, drapery in long curve from left 
knee to right ankle, right knee obscured by drapery, transverse 
spear in right hand, bow forward in left / Irregular rectangular 
incuse punch. Carradice Type IIb, Group C. Sunrise 28. 


RE RAR. HHMI S EERO OH ArHo-4 
42). AWA (16mm, 8.35 gm), NGC MS 4/5 - 3/5, AE 


HA 

BR BK ALAM, Rae MER, MATERA 20- 375. KA 
ERA A, SRA AE, ee HY PPLE, ATH El 2 RIE E 
a ERR, eGR, GERAFRMAT, LEAS. PEIN 
MI REN, B&Carradice Type IIIb, Group C. Sunrise 28. 
Pana - $7,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





CILICIA. Tarsus. Mazaeus, as Satrap (ca. 361-328 BC). 
AR stater (245mm, 10.58 gm, 9h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. B’LTRZ 
(Aramaic), Ba’altars seated left, head facing, eagle, grain ear 
and grapes in right hand, scepter in left; TR (Aramaic) to lower 
left, M (Aramaic) below strut / MZDI (Aramaic), lion attacking 
bull left. Casabonne series 2, group C. SNG Levante 106. SNG 
Copenhagen -. SNG France 2 -. 


WE, Be. TLR EM ER (AACA 361-3284) 
, ew ASE (25mm, 10.58 gm, 9h). NGC MS 5/5 - 


4/5. 

Pl or et ee OCB’ LTRZ, CAMARA, WIERD, a 
IB, AO H, EERE: Ze FA METR (Pati ee) 

PR EEEM (PRESS) . #PESCMADI (EHR) , Rist 
BA+, HH. SC: one series 2, group C. SNG Levante 
106. SNG Copenhagen -. SNG France 2 -. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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JUDAEA 





30038 


Ex David Hendin Collection 
a a AATF ay ——— 





JUDAEA. Bar Kokhba Revolt (AD 132-135). AR zuz (18mm, 
3.32 gm, 1h). NGC Choice AU 4/5 - 5/5, overstruck. Undated 
issue of Year 3 (AD 134/5). Simon (Paleo-Hebrew), name within 
wreath of thin branches wrapped around eight almonds; medal- 
lion at top, tendrils at bottom / For the freedom of Jerusalem 
(Paleo-Hebrew), kinnor (lyre) with three strings. Hendin 1419. 
Hendin GBC.2, 167 (this coin). 


Ex David Hendin Collection 


Ai He, EL 5 eA TH SS 7132-135 4F) . ZuzsKR ye 
(18mm, 3.32 gm, 1h). NGC Choice AU 4/5 - 5/5, over- 

struck. 

A ACT YR HEE SE ( (AIG134-54F) . Harta Rees 
Pi, BSR An AACS AE AR TSA, 

BEML. 7 EC Sa HOM Hy a th rahKsO, eS 
#, Hendin 1419, Hendin GBC.2, 167 (44K) . 

HH EL: ARTF FE HR 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30039 


INDIA 





INDIA. Kushano-Sasanian. Imitating Vasudeva I (ca. AD 
190-230). AV dinar (25mm, 7.99 gm, 12h). AU. Posthumous 
issue, ca. AD 255-310. PONONOPOO BO-HOONO VOPONO, 
Vasudeva standing facing, nimbate head left wearing conical 
helmet, flames on right shoulder, trident in left hand, sacri- 
ficing over altar with right hand; filleted trident to left, triple 
stacked pellets above W/O in right field, triple pellets between 
legs, triple pellets to right of altar, pellet in upper left field / 
OPHO, Oesho (Siva) standing facing, leaning right, head sur- 
rounded by partial halo, hair with crescent topknot and curls 
outlining face, erect lingammmm, two arms, diadem in right 
hand, trident in left; the bull Nandi standing left behind, three 
pellets below head, tamgha to left. ANS Kushan -, cf. 1692. 


Ex London Coin Galleries, private sale with old dealer tag 


ENE. fa DE A EH, eh Bote th (AATT1IO-23044) . 
55 AN Ft 4% (25mm, 7.99 gm, 12h) . AU. 

att Bae, 4A 255-3104, *XPONONODOO 
BO-HOONO VOPONO 

, BREA EDUR, ARACR, MAE, REV A, OR 
LAK, AF WMERK, GEE ERE: PRALREL 
JK BIW/OLF A = FAH DR, FAR Pe — AL = UN 
K, SEEMS NR, RRALAAA-BAR. HORX 
OPHO, #4 (EN EAGER) IER, MERE, § aah A 


Bt, PRAY, GRE, ae ATH 
m, LE a: beanies hi HAR = RAR, AKI 


EN 22.7, &ANS Kushan -. cf. 169 

47: London Coin Galleries hin’. iy ie AE GH EK 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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ROMAN REPUBLIC 


ROMAN REPUBLIC 








30040 Julius Caesar, as Dictator (49-44 BC). AR denarius (17mm, 


4.12 gm, 4h). NGC Choice AU 4/5 - 5/5. Military mint traveling 
with Caesar in northern Italy, ca. 49-48 BC. CAESAR, elephant 
advancing right, trampling horned serpent / Pontifical implements: 
culullus, aspergillum, securis (axe surmounted by dog or wolf’s 
head), and apex. Crawford 443/1. Sydenham 1006. Julia 9. Struck 
from dies of refined style on excellent flan with sublime toning. 


Ex Andrew McCabe Collection 


KA SH. DLR, FERS CATCH 49-4452), BA BR 
(17mm, 4.12 gm, 4h). NGC Choice AU 4/5 - 5/5, 

BU te dk BK HE 0 AE GE TE AA TEA A84, xX 

CAESAR, KRW Hie, BE Fi (HAE Ain: BA BR 

haARRRY HSER EAI, Z 2 Crawford 443/1, Sydenham 
1006. Julia 9. #35 fy BE EL He oie, LH hh Ade ER 

tt: Andrew McCabe Ik a AP 

Estimate: $1,000-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $500 








30041 Divus Julius Caesar (49-44 BC). AR denarius (16mm, 3.72 


gm, 10h). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 4/5, edge cut. Rome, 42 BC, L. 
Mussidius Longus. Laureate head of Divus Julius Caesar right / 
LeMVSSIDIVS*LONGVS, rudder, cornucopia on globe, winged 
caduceus, and flamen’s cap. Crawford 494/39a. Sydenham 1096a. 
Mussidia 8 and Julia 58. 


AA BL CATCH 49-4444) . HAN BSR 6mm, 3.72 
10h) . NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 4/5, 2%#l. 

ME BSW, ATLH424, SEL. Mussidius Longusi#. Bld 

Hank, Ree. HH HCL. MVSSIDIVS.LONGVS, HK 

KANE, RL WA LAL, FS aH, ACrawford 

494/39a. Sydenham 1096a. vteere 8 &K Julia 58. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





’Star’ Cassius Denarius 


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30042 C. Cassius Longinus, Imperator and Assassin of Caesar 


(44-42 BC). AR denarius (19mm, 3.92 gm, 6h). NGC Choice 
XF* 5/5 - 5/5. Military mint traveling with Brutus and Cassius, 
probably at Smyrna, early 42 BC, P. Lentulus Spinther, legate. 
CeCASSI*IMP-LEIBERTAS, head of Libertas right, wearing 
stephane, pendant earring and necklace / LENTVLVS / SPINT, 
oenochoe (on left), and lituus (on right), both turned inward. 
Crawford 500/3. Sydenham 1307. Cassia 16 and Cornelia 75. 


One of the main ringleaders in the plot to assassinate Julius 
Caesar, Gaius Cassius Longinus had been a survivor and hero 
of the Parthian War of Crassus (53-51 BC). Initially a backer of 
Pompey, he accepted a pardon from Caesar in 48 BC and loyally 
served him for the next four years. It soon became apparent the 
dictator had no intention of stepping down, and thus Cassius was 
one of the first to plunge his dagger into Caesar on the Ides of 
March, 44 BC. After fleeing Rome, Cassius returned to Syria and 
commandeered several crack legions and a fleet. He joined forces 
with Brutus in 42 BC and the two marched into Thrace to meet 
the pro-Caesarian legions led by Marc Antony and Octavian. 
At the first clash at Philippi in early October, Cassius suffered a 
reverse and rashly fell on his sword before he could be told that 
Brutus had counterattacked and saved the day. Demoralized by 
his friend’s death, Brutus was easily defeated three weeks later 
and took his own life. 


He Fy rh Br BR a, UK BLN Rl Ma CA TORT 
44-4246) , 3 ah Bah Goma 3.92 gm, 6h) . NGC Choice 
XF¥X 5/5 - 5/5. 

in 8 el 3 SA -5 ke SN SK, PRL RA, ATOR 42 
SHEL, MAE AEB BD, HEC C.CASSL. IMP-LEIBERTAS, # i 
HR, ME a, Hose. EXC LENTVLVS 
/ SPINT, ESE (CE) BH AD aie 1. kCrawford 
5900/3. Sydenham 1307. Cassia 16 and Cornelia 75, 


Be Fey SR VE By Sr EF oe 8 A ey IL AY PY ER 
eZ, Wee 9 ae CATCRT53- 5142) BN 36 FE er 
FORA 5 IAT) ve ME PN EA, BEAR eae SLY 
AL, Sh ey HEE A) aE. hE RR TD oe BR 1G HR eH 
f4, TE/RTCH444E3A 1S AR, Stuy ea BRA 
Suit FEN AZ—, KH RHEE RRR RA, PETE T 
KOE Ae aR EY EE A — SK AUR 424F, te BS a He 
WAG EESH, CLE H&middot-EREMEKA AE 
REE, ZlOAMH AKUMA, KR eee y— 
he, 4s eo SB RR BO RT (CAE = 
BAAN OA, HBA RR DBE, 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 


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ROMAN IMPERIAL 


ROMAN IMPERIAL 








30043 Gaius ‘Caligula’ (AD 37-41), with Germanicus. AR denarius 


(19mm, 3.64 gm, 10h). NGC AU 5/5 - 2/5. Rome, AD 40. C*CA 
ESAR*AVGePON*MeTRePOT*ITIeCOSeI II, bare head of Caligula 
right / GERMANICVS*CAES*P*C*CAES*AVG*GERM, bare 
head of Germanicus right. RIC I 26. Scattered rainbow toning 
with two striking portraits. 


Despite ranking among the worst of all Roman emperors, 
Caligula’s coinage is interesting and attractive. As he had few, 
if any, real accomplishments to tout, his reverse types place 
great stress on his blue-blooded lineage. This remarkable denar- 
ius pairs his portrait with a bare headed bust of his father, the 
revered general Germanicus, whose mysterious death in AD 19 
plunged the Roman world into mourning. 


SBP Bear Dy) (A 37-41#) BARE ER. BAA 
# 4h (19mm, 3.64 gm, 10h) . NGC AU 5/5 - 2/5. 

YE ie MR, ATC 404E. C.CAESAR.AVG.PON.M.TR.POT.IL. 
COS.IH, FZ¢THARMER, #7. ¥OBXCERMANICVS. 
CAES.P.C.CAES.AVG.GERM, JHE RE HES AR, #78. BRIC 
126, Soe Hye er EB EAR YR 


(ie BA Be EN HE Ry ZF, (ER Ae BN 2 EAN RL 
BG) J. A PRCA TL I RR, EL 
BA Se EC Ep TED Bac aT JR AE is 7 Sel A PLE 9, eR LH BY A A tt 
(lube BARS SSB, BER AE Bee EC Je Be SSE RT 
, RAAT HMA ER HRA T R 
Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





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30044 Titus, as Augustus (AD 79-81). AV aureus (20mm, 7.28 gm, 


6h). NGC XF 5/5 - 3/5, scratches. Rome, AD 80. IMP TITVS 
CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M, laureate head of Titus right / TR P 
IX IMP XV COS VIII P P, winged thunderbolt on draped square 
pulvinar. RIC I 23a. RIC II.1, 117. Calico 782. 


Ex Malter Galleries, Auction (4 February 1992), lot 346 


RIC II (2001) describes this series as “perhaps the eruption 
of Vesuvius that prompted the issue of the series of “supplica- 
tio” coins showing the exhibition of the emblems of the gods on 
“pulvinari” in their temples. Thus, the thunderbolt on throne for 
Jupiter, the corn-ears on throne for Ceres, the shield on throne 
(used by Domitian) for Minerva, the dolphin and anchor may rep- 
resent Neptune and the dolphin and tripod for Apollo. The wreath 
on curule chair is uncertain”. 


te & (EB rH (AIC 79-814) . eB RE SE" (20mm, 7.28 
_6h) . NGC XF 5/5 - 3/5. ARE. 

HE Ge wR, ATLSOF. HOME TITVS CAES VESPASIAN 

AVG PM, #2 Ha+RR, BEE C/O XTR PRP VIII 

IMP X-V COS VII P P, TE HE A, SPAR BRIC I 

2546 RIG U1, VVF.*Calice (826 


HE: 1992482 Fl Malter Galleries#4 #47, 4H ib 4 92346 


AR4K RIC I (2001) 43k LAA” thet ener 
RE ERATE RIN” TES, ENE Ras TA et 
Ry as. Ah, BON Lee TARA HE EKER 
AIRE A AHN HE, EIR ASE RAR EE, eR AO 
= AHR Ree PLE, APL BN PER EE 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 


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30045 





Titus, as Augustus (AD 79-81). AR denarius (19mm, 3.65 gm, 
6h). NGC XFx 5/5 - 5/5. Rome, after 1 July AD 79. IMP TITVS 
CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M, laureate head of Titus right / TR P 
VITI-IMP X-V COS VII P P, Capricorn flying left, globe below. 
RIC II 37. 


te SESE CAICT9-814) . HAN BSH 9mm, 3.65 gm, 
6h) . NGC XF¥ 5/5 - 5/5. 

Ee WR, ATL79427H 1H. MOCIMP TITUS CAES 
VESPASIAN AVG PM, &2H4MR, BREE C/O KX 
TR P VIILIMP X-V COS VII PP, EHHERRB, 2T ase. 
BRIC II 37. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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ROMAN IMPERIAL 


30046 





Diva Paulina (died before AD 235). AR denarius (21mm, 2.67 
gm, 7h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. Rome, AD 236. DIVA PAVLINA, 
veiled and draped bust of Diva Paulina right, seen from front 
/ CONSECRA-TIO, Diva Paulina reclining right on peacock 
flying upward to right, right hand raised, scepter in left. RIC IV.II 
(Maximinus I) 2. 


AAPM VATC2354F Z AH) . BAN ESRI (21mm, 2.67 
m, 7h) . NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 

EEK, NTC236F. YE XCDIVA PAULINA, 3 RHE 

Raa, FRB BOR. / A ROCCONSECRA-TIO, ¥f Hh i 

AKE—-AL€, HFLE, BREAN, LEZ LRAWAR, 

BRIC IVII (Maximinus I) 2. 

Estimate: $500-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





30047 


Choice Mint State Tetrarchic Argenteus 





Diocletian (AD 284-305). AR argenteus (19mm, 3.08 gm, 6h). 
NGC Choice MS 5/5 - 5/5. Siscia, AD 295. DIOCLETI-ANVS 
AVG, laureate head of Diocletian right / VIRTVS-MILITVM, 
the four tetrarchs sacrificing over lit tripod before campgate with 
eight turrets; star SIS below. RIC VI 59 var. (Seven turrets). 


Ex John L. Cowan Collection; Harlan J. Berk, Buy-Bid Sale 161 
(28 October 2008), lot 419 


RB (AT284-3054) . MR SRR 19mm, 3.08 

gm, 6h) . NGC Choice MS 5/5 - 5/5) « 

Vo RE 5 a RR, A 2954. HX DIOCLETI-ANVS 

AVG, RR EBADARR, REC. HHH X 

VIRTVS-MILITVM, Mistie 27 EA) PAY ee PR, ZE = 

EL, FA AZURSIS. RIC VI 59 var. (seven turrets). 

fe John L. Cowan# 3%; 20084F10/lHarlan J. Berk #16134 
A 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








Star Mint State Late Roman Solidus 
ite CAE | MS Lb Be IE AIS 4 


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30048 Valentinian II, Western Roman Empire (AD 375-392). 


AV solidus (2imm, 4.39 gm, 11h). NGC MS* 5/5 - 4/5. 
Thessalonica, ca. AD 379. DN VALENTINIANVS IVN P F 
AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of Valentinian 
II right, seen from front / VICTOR-IA AVGGezs, Gratian (on left) 
and Valentinian II (on right) seated facing on double throne, 
holding globe between them, Valentinian holding mappa in left 
hand; Victory standing with outspread wings behind and between 
them, vertical palm between on ground line, TESOB in exergue. 
RIC IX 34b2 corr. (* placed in mintmark). Depeyrot 35/2. 


Bre ER ot, OER HB (AI375-3924) , RASS 
(21mm, 4.39 gm, 11h) . NGC MS*® 5/5 - 4/5. 

th dit Ae Je, ee EK, MA TG3794F, HCD N VALENTINIANVS 
IVN P F AVG, Bitrte XO METAR, MURS, FEE 
4 i. 8 CVICTOR-IA AVGG, tte % (Ce) KBr 
eR Ga) BRL, PR ROAZHE, Mle BLA F 
de toh; Alc RR ROA AREY, OL te 
A, HBC AR HEE SXTESOB. BRIC IX 34b2 corr. (. 426 
#4_E) . Depeyrot 35/2. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 











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BYZANTINE 


BYZANTINE 








30049 Justinian II, first reign (AD 685-695). AV solidus (20mm, 4.43 


gm, 7h). NGC MS 4/5 - 4/5. Constantinople, 2nd officina, AD 
692-695. IhS CRISTDS REX-RECNANTIOM, half-length bust 
of Christ facing, with long hair and full beard, wearing pallium 
and colobium, cross behind head, raising right hand in benedic- 
tion, book of Gospels cradled in left arm / D IUSTINI-AN4Y-S 
SERY CHRISTI, full-length figure of Justinian II standing 
facing, wearing crown and loros, cross potent with base on two 
steps in right hand, akakia in left; B in lower right field, CONO-P 
below. Sear 1248. 


B+tT ELH, BKK (A70685-6954) ,. RFAIZ aS 
(20mm, oe 7h) . NGC MS 4/5 - 4/5. 

gu] Gee — Ty, NR692.605-F,. HIS CRISTDS 

REX- RECNANTIUM. KREMER, REMI, SH 

MARE, BEEBE, LEWES S. PHD IUSTINEAN- 
US SERU CHRISTI, #+T7 ew me FR, WE id Le IGM 

441, GERM A EM ERT eR EL AFELR; SHB 

JR Ml, BA ESCCONO-P, BSear 1248, 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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Gem Mint State Leontius 
eee MSA BAA — : 





30050 Leontius (AD 695-698). AV solidus (20mm, 4.46 gm, 6h). NGC 


Gem MS 5/5 - 5/5. Constantinople, 3rd officina. D LEO-N PE 
AV, bust of Leontius facing, bearded, wearing crown with cross on 
circlet and lozenge pattern loros, akakia in raised right hand, globus 
cruciger in left / VICTORIA-AVC4Y I; cross potent with base on 
three steps; CONOB below. Sear 1330. An exceptional coin, 
earning the highest grade NGC uses for certifying ancients. 


Governor of the newly created Theme of Hellas in Greece, 
Leontius was proclaimed emperor after the overthrow of 
Justinian II in AD 695. His first mistake was not executing his 
predecessor; instead he cut off Justinian’s nose and banished him 
to the Crimea. With the Byzantines in turmoil, the Arabs went on 
the offensive in North Africa and captured Carthage in AD 698. 
The fleet Leontius sent to relieve the city instead rebelled and 
proclaimed its admiral Apsimar as emperor. Leontius abdicated 
and was initially spared, but was murdered after Justinian II’s 
return to power in AD 705. The coins of Leontius boast unusually 
realistic portraiture, portraying him as a portly man with a close- 
cropped beard. 


Al LAK GB VATLO95-698) . RAS *"¥ (2ZOmm, 4.46 gm, 
6h) 4 NGC Gem MS 5/5 = 5/5, 

HiT RES = Hy, WORD LEO-N PE AV, 41.23 BH 
wT AR, SA, BRE a, ESAS, BN A 
FRB LS, EERE ER, HA EXVICTORIAAVCH E, = 
25 HE BE A EE, “FF CCONOB. BSear 1330. RH HH 
EHH, BHENCCRE A, BES, 


All Fa Ky HA SBN ir FR AR, ACD, FAK BE 
MELTELURE, AIA E. SHARIR, RF 
Fl, et Lit ik BG OK EE He, BEE ABR eal ch a ir (BR FA 
HY, ah Se, PATON FEE a Al Fa AK Fy 
RENEE IE, al MOR, ee RiAne HEALS 

TAR OUR BE REELETELHI05 # MERA. 
ak Ge HEA SLR ER A EBLE, He OALB EA D 
i, aM. 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 
Starting Bid: $1,500 


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30051 


Choice Mint State Leontius 
et EE MSA BLK key a 


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Leontius (AD 695-698). AV solidus (20mm, 4.49 gm, 6h). NGC 
Choice MS 4/5 - 5/5. Constantinople, 5th officina. D LEO-N PE 
AV, bust of Leontius facing, bearded, wearing crown with cross 
on circlet and lozenge pattern loros, akakia in raised right hand, 
globus cruciger in left / VICTORIA-AVCH¥ €, cross potent with 
base on three steps; CONOB below. Sear 1330. 


Al BAK Ht VATUC95-698F) . KAS (20mm, 4.49 gm, 
6h) . NGC Choice MS 4/5 - 5/5, 

a 3H] Rie HER 9 7. HECD LEO-N PE AV, #4 ROK it 
EMtah, 6s, Rid, FRVLONAB HM, BONA 
FRELR, AFTER, HM XVICTORIA-AVCH E, = 
AR BE ase EY EB, BOT SCCONOB. Sear 1330. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30052 


ANNAM 





Minh Mang 5 Tien ND (1820-1841) MS63 NGC, KM188, Schr- 
188, S&H-3.2.3.1. A type which hardly comes meaningfully finer, 
with a few residual ink marks noted on the reverse between the 
characters Thong, Minh, and Bao, though these appear largely 
superficial. The surfaces are dressed in a charming tin-colored 
patina, providing extra visual pop to the devices. 


1820-18414 ari 5H S&., MS63 NGC, | 

RAPA 7. AE A) i) I HF Z RAB, BRE 
Ft, Fe ELAR A, PGR SEHR, 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 


Starting Bid: $1,000 





30053 











Thieu Tri 1/4 Lang ND (1841-1847) MS63+ NGC, KM271, 
Schr-249, S&H-4.7.2.1 (2-1/2 Tien). 8.69gm. An astonishing piece 
not least for its technical quality, the combination of darkened 
rims and brighter russet tone over the surfaces creating a bull’s- 
eye effect that zeroes in the viewer’s attention on the beauty of the 
design. Quite easily the finest representative of the type we have 
handled, and likely amongst the finest that are known. 


1841-184 74F 473638 51/4]. MS63+ NGC. 

B8.69%. mH OAR LIL — 7, HOPE I te RK, 
PR EL BE Le TL OC EA, EEE ey RHC SB HY TR ut 
FY, EREAT PRE ERO. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30054 


Thieu Tri 1/4 Lang ND (1841-1847) UNC Details (Reverse 
Scratched) NGC, KM272, Schr-261B, S&H-4.8.2.1 (2-1/2 Tien). 
A piece which will give even the most experienced collectors 
of this series pause, its essentially choice preservation visible 
in every facet of its design and accented yet further by a subtle 
overlay of cabinet patina. Even the small reverse scratches seem 
inconsequential, confirming the selection as a clear target for 
eager bidders. 


1841-18474 44 6 #8 1/4]. UNC Details (Reverse 
Scratched) NGC. . . 

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HAW — i. HM EWRIRATRM, CEG I RAL 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30056 Thieu Tri 5 Tien ND (1841-1847) UNC Details (Obverse Spot 
Removed) NGC, KM285, Schr-255, S&H-4.10.1.1. One of the 
most popular types of Thieu Tri’s reign due to its motif of five 
bats surrounding the characters on the obverse, and one that 

frequently comes pierced or in lower grade levels. Showcasing 

an admirable amount of detail, the current coin is quite desirable, 
even admitting its small obverse spot removal. 


1841-18474F 48 if #8 4% 1 &, UNC Details (Obverse Spot 
a NGC, 

AG ie SE Fel ae Se BY RN, JE A Ho Bi Hs LB EE | OC, 
CELeWE. BKBDATEMREAR , Boa BBR F The 
Hf Wh a i ——E[ HE, ERA BGI, RI HL, OAS 
HE , 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 











30055 Thieu Tri 5 Tien ND (1841-1847) MS62 NGC, KM283, Schr- 
247, S&H-4.7.1.1. 19.21lgm. A piece which quite simply possesses 
all of the trademarks of a finer coin, the devices caringly cut with 
minimal doubling, the surfaces studded with a faint die polish, 
and the whole of the planchet lightly patinated and highly lus- 
trous. Difficult to locate with much finer eye appeal and a truly 
exceptional example. Mislabeled on the holder as Schr-283. 


1841-18474¢ 28 36 38 F A S%, MS62 NGC. 

19.2156. think RES, 4 A BRAT HY BRR et 2 Arh s JAR 
BBR RPA A, Fn He LIB, Ae JS a a8 
ons qe RE ah, FEMAR HAW RR 4 Schr-283% 


Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 
Starting Bid: $2,000 





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30057 





Thieu Tri gold 5 Tien ND (1841-1847) AUS8 NGC, KM341, 
Schr-279, S&H-3.5.2.1. Instantly captivating for both its large 
size and intricate details, this “poetic” type of Thieu Tri sheds a 
light on the internal political program of the monarch, carrying 
the Confucian verses “The precious stone khuyet and the cin- 
nabar in a thousand years are transformed into very pure gold 
transmissible to ten thousand generations. Thus we recognize 
merit and we highlight virtuous men, because wisdom alone is 
precious’—which refers to the practice of inscribing written 
texts onto stone using a piece of cinnabar. While meant to evoke 
Thieu Tri’s attachment to religious principles, wisdom, and the 
traditional foundations of the Nguyen dynasty, these verses, 
alongside the propitious images of five planets, five clouds, 
and the sun and moon, led many to be misused in jewelry and 
as amulets. As a consequence, very few specimens survive in 
any sort of meaningful or comparatively ‘original’ condition. 
Although a very slight degree of handling is noted on this piece 
in line with the assigned grade, the offering on the whole presents 
a markedly lustrous appearance, the devices sharply finished and 
accented by traces of reddish tone. 

Ex. Heritage Auction #3030 (January 2014, Lot 23011) 


1841-184 74F Miei ARS, AUS8 NGC, 

A Ye a Be 1B A 6 OY Be SR AC BN Rp BE BN TTT 
ASK, MATA EW Ba AR AAS BRE AR 
BA MAA | Mew, SHAM), FORAAAR WY 
Re: TR: TR, BRS, Hw A, Pre 
HEE), eG BARD AES AE LY OK. te ES CO 
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Estimate: $30,000-$35,000 

Reserve: $30,000 


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30058 Tu Duc 5 Tien ND (1848-1883) MS64 NGC, KM456.2 var. (dif- 


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fering style in dragon’s face), Schr-349.2, S&H-4.7.1.2. 18.60gm. 
An essentially gem presentation of this beloved “smiling” dragon 
issue, presented with a nearly salt-white tinge to the surface luster 
that provides an incredibly crisp finish. By far the finest example 
of the type we have offered, the last, an MS61, bringing $3360 in 
our December 2019 sale. 


1848-18834F ite 7238 Ff 48, MS64 NGC. 

218.65. mee AN — im, BRIA) KARZ 
R RMR, RS eT. Ma A 
To 20194F12F hit #l 4H —AKMSE1A AF US$3, 360% 7 
Estimate: $2,500-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,250 








30059 Tu Duc 5 Tien ND (1848-1883) MS63 NGC, KM456.1 var. 


(slightly different dragon), Schr-349.2, S&H-4.7.1.2 var. (same). 
18.52gm. By all measures a standout entry within this beautiful 
and conditionally sensitive series, and one which easily seems to 
press the upper bounds of its choice designation—the fields are 
lustrous and studded with die polish, while the features show not 
the least weakness or rub, and a light cabinet patina colors the sur- 
faces. For reference, the last example of the type we offered, an 
MS64, brought $12,000 in our December 2018 Hong Kong sale, 
and this piece very much matches, if not exceeds, its visual appeal 
and overall preservation. 


1848-18834F ii #838 Ff TS. MS63 NGC. 

B 18.5256. Ee HR AM KAZ AA, Dea te AT 
oe e RO: Re, BRIG, MF EORAAKABE, 
Fe ESA ELIE A EK BE EN — GE AE MSO4, 
$4F120184F12 Fy Ae 4h @EW$12,000% THR, WAAL 
NE S| A PORE He ee ESE i EE, AZAR. 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 


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30060 Tu Duc 5 Tien ND (1848-1883) MS63 NGC, KM453.1, Schr- 


347A, cf. S&H-4.4.1.2 (7 Tien). By all indications a very elusive 
denomination and type, this being the first such piece we have 
offered, and apparently the sole example certified across both 
major grading services. Both faces display a fullness of detail and 
originality, some scattered die rust detectable on the obverse. 


1848-1883F W828 8 7. MS63 NGC. 

Ty LR FE, iat Cees We Bl BK EP, 71 
Ry AEE A a] A GY HE — — 2. IER apr AM ie 03 , ie 
RR. AA] EA RR. 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


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30061 Khai Dinh Medallic 7 Tien ND (1916-1925) MS62 NGC, 


KM-XM1.1, S&H-4.1.2.1 (7.2 Tien). An incredibly handsome ren- 
dition of this scarcer medallic type, expressing a distinctive depth 
to the features that so often seems to be lacking from Khai Dinh’s 
coinage, which usually appears flat and slightly cartoonish. Here 
the surfaces are lavishly patinated in gunmetal color, revealing 
ample luster, and pairing nicely with the sharp silvery finish of 
the devices. One of just two certified at NGC, and the finer of the 
two. 


1916-19254 ee B44 4, MS62 NGC, 


17 IN 7 We ee HZ AOA LIL, SLR, 24 
ek RE BTA, Be HM ONY ET TR He "ee Tl 
mbar PARR A F644, SAYS BE He RABY SR CTE Bt 


RARE. NCCHEA ABE, JLB ERS, 
ile $2,000-$3,000 
Starting Bid: $1,000 











30062 Khai Dinh gold Medallic 9 Tien ND (1916-1925) AU Details 
(Holed) NGC, KM-X Unl., Fr-Unl., S&H-Unl. (cf. S&H-3.24 
for similar type, but for Duy-Tan’s reign), Thierry-Unl. 37mm. 
33.29gm. By Pierre. A highly intriguing gold type of the pen- 
ultimate Emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty, missing from the 
standard literature on this series, though in their original listing 
of this prece, MDC Monaco stated in December 2017 that it 
was intended to be published in the next isssue of the Revue 
de la Société Numismatique Asiatique by Francois Joyaux. To 
our knowledge, only a few types from Khai Dinh’s short reign 
have emerged on auction in recent years, though a handful of 
medallic issues are recorded in the Standard Catalog of World 
Coins Unusual volume. In their work, The Traditional Awards of 
Annam, Sylvester and Husken produce a line drawing of a very 
similar piece—also pierced at 12 and 6 o’clock, though omitting 
the Pierre signature and with the name of Duy-Tan—suggesting 
that the piece belongs to a special class (Dai Hang) of decorations, 
also comprising the pieces under numbers 3.1.2.1, 3.2.2.2 and 
3.13.3. In any case an item of the utmost rarity, sure to appeal to 
collectors of the Annamese series. 


1916-19257 K€ Fah 7384, AU Details (Holed) NGC. 
372%. 33.29%. Pierres#ie. FAABN RAS bite, 
we aE Tel BR EBT, BAC Py a aA RE ELL 
MUS. UES RAT SOLS BOs ELM, 281A = Bi 
genet TE FR EE [A AT SP aK WR 
FD Nae See aot Mey igh ath TR FH FL — 
ACER WUT, BREE iH Tel Ax, #E LPF AL. PE 
AMY L le Pierre, i) EL BRA AE BT AE HE, A I Ay KA 
ae Like, SIZ eH, ARR RFA 
PE Le o 
Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 
Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30063 Pagan Kyat CS 1214 (1852) MS66 NGC, KM10, Robinson/ 


Shaw-11.1. Lettering Around Peacock variety. A phenomenal 
conditional survivor representing the finest grade yet seen by 
either PCGS or NGC for this popular type. Struck to pinpoint 
accuracy such that even the most minute feather details are pre- 
cisely expressed, with fluid silvery luster traversing the fields 
virtually unobstructed by handling. A truly elite coin, and a very 
rare opportunity in this near-immaculate state. 


CS 1214 (185244) Afi 1aii7c. MS66 NGC. 
XFRSILeeR. B-ROHMED th, WARPCGSRNGC 
Abe ROLE. SLM, LEM SS Se EIT, 4 
KSA BL. RARER, BD DR, SOE biR, RECS 
EE. FEA SA mI, KASEI. 

Estimate: $4,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 


30064 Pagan Kyat CS 1214 (1852) MS60 NGC, KM10. Lettering 





around Peacock. Steel-toned and lustrous with an illumination 
of opalescent hues gracing the surfaces. A contested issue when 
located in or near Mint State preservation. 


CS 1214 (185245) | sfig 1ati7t. MS6O NGC. 
cl BR. HSN CEG ASR a. BEAU DR RRR AF 


Estimate: $800-$1,000 
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30065 Norodom I gold Specimen “Coronation” Medal ND (1860) 


SP64 PCGS, Lec-116 var. (weight), Gad-Unl. 33mm. 17.85gm. 
By all indications a highly elusive type and the first such example 
we have seen, carrying a strikingly brilliant finish over lightly 
stippled surfaces. Presently the sole piece certified by PCGS, and 
of great desirability. We note that Lecompte only records weights 
of 19 and 24 grams for this medal in gold. 


1860 4F 9 FH FR ce HE tH | ee B1RH. SPA PCGS. 
332. 17.8558. i rs EL BE OK ALY — 7, BREN PR, 
A MS ERE. AEPCGS* — AY — He, i SC 32 HE. Jean 
Lecompte# Er AMT LER AOR 242 EBA. 
Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30066 Norodom I Proof 4 Francs 1860 PR64 NGC, KM-XM§8, Dav- 


149, Lec-80. Engraved by C. Wurden. A silty tone serenely lies 
over the fields of this Proof 4 Francs, providing a consistent 
and balanced eye appeal when considered against the glossy 
finish of the fields underlying. Admirably preserved, with only 
the most trivial instances of handling visible to the naked eye. 
A phenomenal representative of this rare Proof striking, and 
one carrying a further badge of honor as the host to an excep- 
tional pedigree. We note that this coin achieved a hammer price of 
$13,000 when it sold as part of the Millennia Collection in 2008, 
which may be taken as an indication of its superior visual quality 
for both the grade and type. 

Ex. Millennia Collection (Goldberg Auction 46, May 2008, Lot 882) 
From the Cape Coral Collection 


18602F 3 3H FE ae FE Pk tH RA SE BIS A GRE, PROA NGC. 

C. WurdenFE#), Be) 38-7 ARR Z EL, RITTER, Bi 

Ta ALE JRA, EAT, AHS OV EH 8, HARA AK RR 

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aH WR A, HE. KR SET HK SI, 

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Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


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30067 Norodom I silver Essai Test Coin 5 Francs 1875 UNC Details 


(Reverse Tooled) NGC, Brussels mint, KM-XT2, Maz-498, 
Gad-10, Lec-95. By C. Wurden. Struck by the Menning Brothers 
as a sample for their minting press’s capabilities in an effort to sell 
minting equipment to Cambodia. A reasonably rare test or pattern 
type, particularly in this metal, with the present piece being the 
first as such that we have offered and one of only a very tiny 
handful certified by NGC. In spite of the noted tooling to the right 
of St. Michael on the reverse, the coin on the whole appears very 
handsomely preserved—a smoky gunmetal hue present across the 
surfaces as a russet-gold patina highlights the devices in the most 
eye-catching fashion. 


1875 4 3% 3a Re EA HE OSE BR aA GR AR. UNC Details 
(Reverse Tooled) NGC. 

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rate a ie OE Be ae BY aK EA ARK ON, TH Bl KOE 
x, NGC ar tie a Be Sea HK =, HRERUKM AGT A, 
ERE KRES, WORE, ROMEO, PAE 
SRT ALE, FERAEN TL R, SAREE, 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


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30068 





Norodom I gold Matte Specimen “Funeral” Medal 1905 SP64 
PCGS, Lec-123, Gad-19, VG-4555. 34mm. Highly appealing as a 
type and virtually blemish-free on the whole, this is both the first 
example we have handled and the sole piece certified by PCGS. 
Featuring lavish matte texture over both sides, we note that sur- 
prisingly few specimens have become available in recent years. 


eee HRI AG | AM eRe. SPC4 
340K. BARS AM, MA RE, LEA 
MFA — Me, te MPCCSHE— ME. WOAH, MNES 
BE AE ARE A > I aR EL SLA HL. 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


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30069 


Sisowath I gold Matte Specimen “Coronation” Medal 1906 
SP63 PCGS, Lec-130, Gad-22. 27mm. 10.13gm. By P. Lenoir. A 
coronation medal that is rarely located in any condition, let alone 
so choice as seen here, bound in its designation by only the most 
minor evidence of handling over the surfaces. One of just two 
examples to come to auction in recent years, and certainly the 
finer of the two. 

19064 RRM RA- HA MAL SH SRe. SPS3 
PCGS. 

27S AK, 810.1356. FEA ae A AK RE AB RES — Hh, HO eR 
OORT. TRAM TL RMA, TO AEG ZB Ah 
AA 0 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30070 





Sisowath I gold Matte Specimen “Coronation” Medal 1906 
SP64 PCGS, Lec-132 (this piece), Gad-23. 33mm. 19.30gm. By 
P. Lenoir. A handsome example of this very rare, and largest, 
medal struck for Sisowath I’s coronation, and a type which is 
much more frequently found in silver. Lavishly executed in matte 
finish, hardly a stray mark is visible over the surfaces, while a few 
small copper spots are noted in the obverse legend for the sake of 
accuracy. Plated in Lecompte’s Monnaies et Jetons de |’Indochine 
Francaises, and highly desirable as such. 


ae [70 | eM eK Ee. SP64 
332%. £19.30%. BRAM. MERA RA— le | 
HEAAKAKDOER, AERRARE. LRG LBS 
AF Bl te 1 A, 7 IE oF el A BH 
Jean Lecompteft# ty « Monnaies et Jetons de |’ Indochine 
Frangaises) 7, aE SCRKULN K. 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 





30071 





Sisowath I gold “Funeral” Medal 1928 MS63 NGC, Lec-134b 
(Very Rare), Gad-24 var. (listed only in silver). 23mm. 7.08gm. 
By P. Lenoir. A handsome medallic type featuring a bold matte 
finish over well-expressed details. Previously a variety of Lec-135 
(listed only in silver), though now published under Lec-134b 
(listed at a slightly heavier weight than the current specimen). 


19284F 9 FH Fe BL te eR | SBE | EE. MS63 NGC. 
232%. 7.08%, FHELARAN SE, FRB RG ORR 
EWA. FJ RA SR EY Lec-135 08, FER BAA A Lec-13.4b 
iL, Pe ARE Ht Tel SAH BE 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30072 





Sisowath I gold Matte Specimen “Funeral” Medal 1928 
SP61 PCGS, Lec-134b (Very Rare), Gad-24 var. (listed only in 
silver, and not in matte format). 23mm. 7.23gm. By P. Lenoir. 
An intriguing and very rare discovery piece, this smallest funer- 
ary medal of Sisowath I formally only being known in silver. 
First documented in the 2014 edition of Lecompte’s Monnaies et 
Jetons de l’Indochine Frangaise (the variety number on the holder 
refers to an earlier edition), he simply notes it as being ‘very rare’ 
without a catalog value. Certainly an item of great interest to col- 
lectors of the French colonial numismatica. 


Di [4 | BCASethk =e. SP6l1 
237K. 7.235. CCH REL TILE ARE A 
5] A AJB ELSE # fi Kk, Rt Ae | AD 
R/S, Pro R ase, 20144Jean Lecompter# Wy « 
Monnaies et Jetons de |’ Indochine Francaise) #20#, ft 
ve fA Be Wei Ae AR ar i |, Se Pe. RAK 
Ha J EAL FEL RH, Be He RR ET] SH BY) 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30073 Sisowath I gold Matte Specimen “Funeral” Medal 1928 


SP63 PCGS, Lec-137, Gad-26 var. (listed only in silver). 34mm. 
20.20gm. By P. Lenoir. The largest of the three sizes in which this 
popular funerary medal was produced, and presently the finest of 
just two certified examples between NGC and PCGS combined, 
endowed with enchanting sun-gold color and slightly darkened 
toning accents in the legends. Despite being noted as the plate 
piece in Lecompte’s Monnaies et Jeton des Colonies Frangaises 
on the holder, upon close examination, this does not seem to be 
the case. 


oe ee [227 | BWM Ste=s. SP63 
342K, 220.200. WHAM A tt Se | MRAM RAD 
WK, NCCRPCGSHT EE ACH aH, ARAN RS B, 
BRE. BEATE LAE ELM Jean LecomptePr# 
Hy < Monnaies et Jeton des Colonies Francaises) +, 1247 4H 
AR (At FE. 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30074 


Sisowath Monivong gold Matte Specimen “Coronation” 
Medal 1928 SP62 PCGS, Lec-141 (Rare; this piece), Gad-27 var. 
(listed only in silver). 23mm. 7.48gm. Highly pleasing to say the 
least, with a soft aged appeal bolstered by a red-gold tint to the 
surfaces. Quite rare in this module and metal, the type was previ- 
ously proposed to only “probably exist” in silver by Gadoury in 
the late 1980s. 

oe [ok | HMR. SPC2 
POGSs 

232%, E748. RH WAALS CH RTH EAR, ee 
I, Fa Ge ee Ee EL, Gadoury## 19804FA RAH He Rie ERK 
fe] fe RASA 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $750 





30075 





Sisowath Monivong gold Matte Specimen “Coronation” 
Medal 1928 SP62 PCGS, Lec-143 (Rare; this piece), Gad-28 var. 
(listed only in silver). 27mm. 11.80gm. Appearing very much on 
the precipice of choice preservation, this engaging 2 Francs-sized 
medal is the sole representative of the issue that we have been able 
to locate coming to auction in recent years. 


19287 RARE RARER ER A) BASE. SPC2 
PCGSs 

27S A, 211.85. RAM RAE, RQ A RE 
UAE Re — Pr SL BY AK 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30076 





temp. Sisowath Kossamak gold “10th Anniversary of 
Independence” Medal 1963 UNC Details (Harshly Cleaned) 
PCGS, 44mm. 30.95gm. A rather rare commemorative medal, 
depicting the Monument of Cambodian Independence. This is 
only the second example of this medal we have been able to 
locate, and the larger of the two, which, though admitting clear 
evidence of cleaning in the fields, is struck on a nice, even plan- 
chet. 


196344 RHA LS Ee se +E) Ae. UNC 
Details (Harshly Cleaned) PCGS. 

SASK, £30.95. FHANLREE, VHRR A hee 
4B 30 RL RS ae HAHAH BH AL, UR ATH A BER JR AL 
HOORLDL, (2 EVEUS, RY. 

Estimate: $1,800-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $900 





30077 


CEYLON 





British Colony. George III Proof Stiver 1815 PR64 Brown 
NGC, KM&8l, Prid-91A. A flashy emission whose surfaces inter- 
mingle gunmetal gray and emerald color to sensational visual 
impact, the devices uniformly sharp and wholly consistent with 
the high caliber of quality expected from a Proof strike. Rare in 
this format and an attractive example of the type, a single spot of 
tone noted in the exact center of CEYLON to the reverse. 


181447 KB Sy U1 Stiver te sl, PR64 Brown NGC. 

a Sh ag HE TH ED AH HR PRE EC HR, AH 
Bie, SURE A. FE ARE ARSE A, TSE HT IIR Se LE AEN BT 
AE, SMBLER A. (2 IE L732 BA — BEE 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30078 





British Colony. George III Proof Stiver 1815 PR63 Brown 
PCGS, KM§8l, Prid-91A. A precisely struck Proof whose mahog- 
any-hued surfaces reveal scattered hints of cerulean undertone 
throughout. Minimally handled and wholly choice - an offering 
bound to impress. 


18154F3% JR S71 Stiver ta #2 48%, PR63 Brown PCGS. 
IREURPE RRR, HARE RL BBL ERE. BE EG, 
AEN — Ko 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Reserve: $1,400 





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30079 





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Warring States Period. State of Chi “Three Character” Knife 
Money ND (400-220 BC) Certified 85 by Gong Bo Grading, 
Hartill-4.6e, Jen-26. 182mm. 45gm. The obverse characters read: 
“Qi Fa Hua” (Qi Legal Money), and the reverse character reads 
“Qi” (seven) or “Bi”, with possibly another character above. A 
fairly handsome and well-preserved example of this early and 
well-made knife, featuring pronounced raised edges as a way to 
cut down on wear on the characters. 


XTC 400-220 -F Be Be Fee FE BY =| iH DBP 85. 
1827 HA5g x. EmAA PHA, HHA tI RT 
|, Lm ay Aiea ey, 12 ae — Fie a AE BY OCA, 
SUE ASL. PRP SCR. HABER HC BY ee FT DT OCF BY 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30080 Qing Dynasty. Shanghai Ergqibao (“City 27 Ingot”) Sycee of 50 


Taels ND (19th Century) AU, Cribb-Class VIII.A. 125x69mm. 
1828gm. The top, curved stamp reads: “Tong Sheng” (bank 
name), the right stamp reads: “Qi” (7, the furnace number), and 
the left stamp reads: “Gong Hou Fu” (the silversmith’s name). A 
highly attractive ingot, the stamps even and expressing a level 
of detail and clarity usually lacking from this type, while just 
the slightest degree of rub is observable across the surfaces. 
Displaying a deep battleship-gray patina, and lacking the added 
Shanghai Foreign Settlement Assay Office ink script sometimes 
seen on Shanghai erqibao. 

Ex. Stack’s Bowers Hong Kong Auction (August 2018, Lot 60005) 


vat Eis (—-| BT GRS. AU. 

125% Kx69% KK, H1828 5. EARNS AS | AE, 
AEN KS Mel Be S8|, AL Tr A HEA, AREY LIP. ARR A 
ase, REE, Arai, LA RAP. ROH RM. 
EMEA ELE, Lig WARE ILA PR, 
PEE J AK Je BK Bo 

Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 





30081 





Qing Dynasty. Shanxi Fushou Xiabao (“Small”) Sycee of 1 
Tael ND XF, Cribb-XXV.A.253, Tai, Sycee Online, Flsh/18. 
28x15mm. 34.59gm. Stamped “Fu” (Blessings) in seal script. A 
slightly scarcer ‘good luck’ sycee, with the character fu written 
in seal rather than standard Chinese script. This is the first such 
example we have encountered. 


WRATH AE] EER. XE 
28% Kx1SSK. 34.59%, AY lel RN. Fa 
S, BEAM BAK, R-REASEFA, RAD. MAA 
THR NEHA. RO. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 


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30082 Qing Dynasty. Yunnan Sanchuo Jieding (“Three-Stamp 


Remittance”) “Packsaddle” Sycee of 5 Taels ND (19th-20th 
Century) UNC, cf. Cribb-LX VI.1.983-984 (different weights and 
assay stamps), Assay Mark EI (left) and E3 (right). 57x38mm. 
183.36gm. Cast at Luotongyuan Bank, inspected by assayers 
Tong and Zhou. Each of the three main stamps reads: “Luo Tong 
Yuan Hao Hui Hao Wen Yin” (Luotongyuan Bank, remittance 
bank fine silver), left assay stamp reads: “Guan Gong Gu Tong 
Kan” (Inspected by official public assayer Tong), and right assay 
stamp reads: “Guan Gong Gu Zhou Kan” (Inspected by official 
public assayer Zhou). Attractively preserved with slate gray sur- 
faces and an appealing iridescent tone to each of the three main 
stamps. 


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STE AKX38E *K, 21833650. RAN RIG ERAS J , 

ARSE. ANETRRMLT, LEONE R TAGE 
4) KIPAGAR EA) RAR, BRERA, ok 
PRR EA LI, CARRE. 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 


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30083 Uncertain Company Painted “Tea Money” Brick of 44 Ounces ND (c. 1878-1917) AU, Opitz-pg. 339 (this piece illustrated). 227x180x24mm. 


1248.3gm. A seemingly singular item among the vast diversity of the Russo-Chinese tea bricks of the 19th to 20th centuries, and the first such 
brick we have been able to locate where the surfaces have been painted. Though we are unable to say for certain, comparing the imagery on 
this piece to the illustration of a wooden model on pg. 99 of volume II of William Harrison Uker’s A// about Tea suggests that the illustrated 
scene depicts the internal operations of a tea brick factory, with workers bringing in bags of tea to be processed; very clear parallels can in 
particular be drawn with the wooden hand press in both images. The portion of the scene in the lower right appears to depict a hydraulic steam 
press for the bricks (compare the image on pg. 98 of Uker’s work), suggesting production after 1878 when the press came into use, a hypothesis 
supported by the high relief and immense detail of the brick. While we have been unable to attribute the factory where the piece was pro- 
duced, Mr. Opitz’s notes suggest that it may been produced for the Mongolian market. The texture of the blank reverse surfaces also recalls 
those of lot 38099 of our first sale of Mr. Opitz’s Tea Brick collection (HKINF Auction 3077, December 2019), and point towards a very high- 
grade black tea being used. An all-in-all intriguing piece. The reverse displays a small inventory sticker from Mr. Opitz’s collection. 

Ex. Detroit Money Museum (Inventory no. 2-7-694) 

From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


1878-1917 [RB 44#], AU. 
Opitz# 339K Mm kL, 227x180x24% *K, £1248.3%. ae eGo BY an 4 P, aeons 4 BES Pt 
HORA Am Y 6 RHR Si bk Re 5G (William Harrison Uker) #tF¥ (ARS All About Tea) #— i #O9R E—AM 
fara ey REA EE, LAT RABE TH MOL, PAKS grip teen hnlsalagt Stel {TR ha FA 
He LS 2 DAE A AT HLL AH CHR Sr {eat 5 98 HN LR THR), PEG mY te EM Ae AX 7 ZR HE as 1878 
eases BE PR BISA HP GR LH WR EY EDK, (Opitz A A Hh at A 44 VE tr] AE et ae Heer 

tm Ss aw OR & A Ae ee ee 
HMA A, | Eo oe Aa eR SBOOOKRAE ATR te ALAS I. EAA. WAR Opitz 5e BY i 


HH EL: JER ARE SR ATRL Yn BE Jet, (Jee ut Ait HE 2-7-69 4) 
4: Charles J. Opitz 4 ik 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $750 


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30084 Kuang-hsi 10 Cents ND (1908) MS64+ NGC Tientsin mint, 


KM-Y12, L&M-13, Kann-218. Variety without dot at end of tail. 
Exceptionally lofty to say the least, not least as a minor from this 
period, with just a single piece certified a point finer at both NGC 
and PCGS. Very easily achieving its impressive “plus” designa- 
tion, the surfaces positively resound with mint luster while the 
devices remain sharply cut and entirely free of striking weakness. 
Very nearly gem, and the ideal type coin. 


1908 45 5t fe Ee OAR Wt A 70 Eh a — 7 RI. MS644 

NGC, 

Ae We AEIEAE RGU, LNB REAR. NCC 

POSSE ARAL PASEO SUE. VOLS, Beet 2 
hk. SEA, MEISE, SEAR A, BEE 

CEMA BC BE EL 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 


30085 Kuang-hsti 10 Cents ND (1908) MS63 PCGS, Tientsin mint, 


KM-Y12, L&M-13, Kann-218. Variety without dot behind tail. 
Blooming silvery luster resides over the surfaces of this abso- 
lutely choice example, which retains the same richness of design 
and detail that it did on the day it was struck over 100 years ago. 
An admirable relic of Chinese numismatic history, and one with 
an impressive decorative arrangement of light patination that only 
serves to further enhance its aesthetic quality. 


a fey Ee OAR IG A 70 BE = FE RE. MS63 
PCG 

Rize, HERSEK. GROG RRS SRS el BY Be aT FO 
ARE, pel BE A He, WE LM AAR RAI, BH 
32 NE. 

sie $5,000-$8,000 

Reserve: $4,000 








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30086 Kuang-hsii 10 Cents ND (1908) MS62 PCGS, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y12, L&M-13. With Dot variety. A near-choice example 
carrying shimmering silvery luster that illuminates the centers, 
a progression of tone darkening starkly at the peripheries and 
framing the central devices. Hints of colorful iridescence are 
noted throughout, amplifying the visual impact of this conditional 


rarity. 

ea aida Rte TAEDA BRE, MS62 

Aizie OR, ASA. eet AA, WIEST, Be 
th FR 2 3 ie th A, BARE 


MER EMD LEE RREM 
fh 


Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 
Starting Bid: $1,000 


30087 Kuang-hsii 20 Cents ND (1908) MS64 NGC, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y13, L&M-12, Kann-217, WS-0030. Variety with dot at the 
end of the dragon’s tail. A minor which can truthfully be summed 
up as pure eye-candy, the pearly brilliance of the surfaces tinged 
by a hint of peach and iridescent tone. Certainly among the upper 
tier of certified examples, with only 5 between | to 2 points finer 
across NGC and PCGS, and the ideal type coin for its future 
owner. 


oe fet AE Be WE AEE Wa Ot Ae 7, BE — Sh OS a) FE RI, MS64 


RZ. BLAME, RO EMERMIE, AFP 
RiP i tollatigg NGCRPCGS# AAEM S BNR 
Fat. FERRY — 7c, TELE AC FB 

Hstitiale: $5,000-$6,000 

Reserve: $5,000 








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Stunning Original Strike Pattern Tael 
Uy 7 Wie See PBB Se | Se ta 





30088 Kuang-hsii silver Pattern Tael CD 1906 MS64 NGC, Tientsin 
mint, KM-Pn300, L&M-16, Kann-934, WS-0021, Wenchao- 
85 (rarity 4 stars), Chang Foundation-30. Original striking. An 
incredible pattern specimen which characterizes the difficulties 
faced by China’s “modernizing” program of the late 19th and early 
20th century, these beautiful Taels were intended to replace the 
existing Mace-Candareens coinage in circulation with a new stan- 
dard, divided between the Tael, 5 Mace, 2 Mace, and Mace. Struck 
just six years after the reestablishment of the Tientsin mint, which 
had been destroyed during the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, the series 
ultimately failed to be introduced into widespread circulation, 
owing both to the dissent encountered in many of the provinces 
and the death of the Emperor a year after the Imperial Order was 
to be put into effect. Still, the design would eventually influence 
the standard layout of the Imperial issues adopted after 1908. 





Beautifully toned in a rich array of iridescent cabinet hues, the 
coin seen here clearly embodies what was so alluring about this 
proposed type, the dragon cut to a level of expressiveness so 
often missing from the later 1908 circulation issues, while the 
fields are almost mirrored, suggesting a specimen designation 
might be fitting. While restrikes for the type from the original 
dies are legion, attributable largely on the basis of their mildly 
rough fields from die rust, the surfaces here seem wholly original 
and noticeably smooth—replete with ample die polish. Likely 
amongst the finest, if not the finest, certified, we note that an 
SP63 example recently achieved $150,000 hammer in May. 


AT 19064F) Papa dH Sk ie Tp | a WH MS64. NGC. 

Rize, DR OE, BS, TAT eM, BG tet, 
BET TAUPE aC AR BE AC SA He 1 A HE AR 
HEA Ty] Ay Br, SHAUN AVA TL ey Be aR BT 
Hl RAS, SR, AES RHE BH. LODO FA 
FRE SAH LDCR, BIR ANE ET a aT MET HL 
SRAM A BONS, ES (Ee Rae abe THe EE fete Be all AB 
a SE BW RL, Ante aL RTE ee Lr ETP te IT I HO, 

IH aK SRI Bk, Fy LOOSE Re SEE Z BRET ARTE, WARK ARAB 
BYTE BOT LABEL, AAT te. SLAB, A AA 
BAAR, OS PRAEGER Moe, RAKE 
A908 RF SRE EE Ko RRS 2 SE, Ta PA al SL 

ho TEL SSE AR, MEE ACER oP 5 HR LS SE, Wi al 
RRR, OAS. ATS I, Jk Bo Att 
(One. emer PROUSPOSS MEDITERE RE 


Estimate: $100,000-$150,000 
Reserve: $100,000 








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30089 Kuang-hsu Dollar ND (1908) AU55 Details (Cleaned) ANACS, 
Tientsin mint, KM-Y14, L&M-11, Kann-216. A lightly cleaned 
example retaining strong residual luster that sparkles under light. 


190847 36 44 Fie HE AR I Aa 70 Eb SRI, AUSS Details Si ae a 
(Cleaned) ANACS. a ee nag 
RieSe, ASE, MRARALE, MAD, Ee 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 ———- 
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30090 Hsiian-t’ung 10 Cents Year 3 (1911) MS64 PCGS, Tientsin 
mint, KM-Y28, L&M-41, Kann-230, WS-0049. A selection which 
is rarely seen in meaningfully finer technical grades, most sur- 
viving specimens ranking in the XF to AU range. Brilliantly 
lustrous with fully cut details throughout, the present offering 
appears lightly patinated and remarkably fresh. 


Sat (1911) AvWaR SA. MS64 PCGS. 

RUBE Wo ua TH ZETA] ak SREP Be J TL, A A AT PX EAU 
AY PIF. REVS A RHE, BE RVLAE, TKR BN, (TAL. 
Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








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30091 Hstian-tung 10 Cents Year 3 (1911) AU Details (Cleaned) 
PCGS, Tientsin mint, KM-Y28, L&M-41. A well-struck example 
that fortunately sees no distracting hairlines left over its surfaces 
after a past cleaning. Boldly detailed, despite circulation, and a 
rare type that continues to draw collector interest. 


@R=F (1911) ASR SH. AU Details (Cleaned) 
PCGS., 

SL Hid, REE SUE, (AN A NTR, HATHA, Me LS 
ARID LE, RAS RGA DIR. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





30092 Hstian-tung 20 Cents Year 3 (1911) MS61 NGC, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y29, L&M-40, Kann-229, WS-0048. Quite easily in the 
upper caliber of the certified population for this alluring and con- 
ditionally challenging type, the vast majority of examples falling 
well below the Mint State range. Though a bit shallowly struck, as 
is usual for the issue, the fields display a delicate array of metallic 
tones that add yet further allure to the piece. 


=F (1911) AlPaR AA. MS61 NGC. 

Riga HK. AR AT HR EE oe, EAA IAA Be 
AKA ARATRESBER, TRIE AIE, HACE 
BRIS, Ay BS StF lo JRA el BLE RR, HER 
Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Reserve: $8,000 








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Flashy Near-Gem Pattern Dragon Dollar 
$B ih APA TRS & Bt 





30093 Hstian-t’ung silver Pattern Dollar ND (1910) MS64 NGC, 
Tientsin mint, Kann-219, L&M-24, WS-0036, Wenchao-98 (rarity 
2 stars), Chang Foundation-32. Simply enthralling, and perhaps 
one of the most attractive dragon designs produced during Hstian- 
t’ung’s brief reign, this incredible pattern dollar is certainly set to 
stun. One of four denominations produced by the central mint in 
this year in compliance with the currency regulations promulgat- 
ed by the Board of Revenue, though the 1/2 Dollar was the only 
that was actually released for circulation, the dollar is likely the 
most iconic entry in the series, its large flan allowing the beauty 
of the design to be expressed to its fullest. Toned to a darker dove- 
gray, the fields pair nicely with the intricate winding figure of the 
central dragon, whose scales catch the light to produce a nearly 
frosty appearance. The surfaces themselves are fully watery, 
producing an overall specimen or Prooflike quality. Very near to 
the peak of the certified population, and notoriously difficult to 
procure as such, the piece is sure to elicit fierce bidding amongst 
serious collectors. 


191047 Fie ATR SR & lt. MS64 NGC, _ 
RUSH, DBE E, SAMAR Lhe, EMH aE 
Ae MAS SEIN HEAR BLATT Bi, BARE EPA Ta, Be 
till. AG te WEF PK We Se ee THT AL IT, A aR 
BATH TE BL, MBSR ATA APP RIE dott 2, 
BCA, SSH ROUGE ERLE A OLE, ARIE 
ADS IES ERA, LPT LCE PR, HE 
A AAT PRANK, LE RN EY F 
PRESB 5 | HE ER Fae ARM Al BEAL 

Estimate: $50,000-$70,000 

Reserve: $50,000 


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30094 Hstian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) MS64 NGC, Tientsin mint, 


KM-Y31, L&M-37, Kann-227. No period, extra flame variety. 
Blessed with abundant silky luster that careens freely over the 
surfaces upon rotation, this appealing dragon dollar exhibits 
a superb eye-appeal that even seems outsized for the assigned 
grade, only minor and isolated contact marks exhibited over 
otherwise clear and sleek surfaces. A hint of tone on the obverse 
develops into a lovely amber and iridescent blue reverse patina, 
further accentuating the quality of this wholly impressive offer- 
ing. 


a m= (1911) AleSh S A. MS64 NGC. 

FUE NR, HACE, SIGH. HOLAL Bae 2 Aw tw it 
ae a, SAMIR, EAE CaP, TES ER ea 
Re, BORER AHMAR EL, EIR, FER RG. 
Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





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30095 Hstian-tung Dollar Year 3 (1911) MS63+ NGC, Tientsin mint, 


KM-Y31, L&M-37. Highly demanded in Choice Mint State, this 
piece does not disappoint with its highly lustrous surfaces empha- 
sizing a sharp strike. A smattering of minuscule contact marks 
are present, but are not especially distracting to the naked eye. 


BR =F (1911) AVERSA, MS63+ NGC, 

FSW, ERROR, tok Ate BL METI BOHR 
ROSE a HER, MSOC A, MEV POURS A, BRIAR, 
RHE TH A, 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 








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30096 Hstian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) MS63 NGC, Tienstin mint, 


KM-Y31, L&M-37, Kann-227. No period, extra flame variety. 
Delicately toned in silver and almond color, this choice dollar 
demonstrates cascading silvery luster that sweeps the fields 
upon rotation, highlighting sharp devices and no flaws worthy of 
mention. Most impressive is the characters face, which remains 
surprisingly clean considering the open nature of the fields, a 
feature that often proves particularly susceptible to handling. A 
demonstrably superior selection of the type, and one that only 
seems to be surging in collector popularity. 


@ =F (1911) Avwak# @ El. MS63 NGC. 

RE WR, HALE - SUK IGNL. SRB ELIE ANIL, FRAT AR IE 
fork, MSEAE AE, GORUSE MES RUE, 3e ui eda To 
eT HR EMRE TT, TLL, ee REY 
SLE TE YS At. WE PRE, SAGER, 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 








30097 Hsiian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) MS62 NGC, Tientsin mint, 


KM-Y31, L&M-37. No period, extra flame variety. A charming 
example fielding bright luster that whirls over the fields with 
ease, the sleek fields glistening alluringly and inviting close 
in-hand attention and inspection. An engaging example of a type 
that always proves highly contested when located in uncirculated 
condition. 


a= (1911) Aves SA. MS62 NGC. 

REE. JAAN, ROR AB, OAR — i. 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30098 





Hsitian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) AU58 NGC, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y31, L&M-37, Kann-227. No period, extra flame variety. A 
striking example of the issue displaying minimal wear, coupled 
with a glowing halo of silvery brightness that embraces the raised 
features. Satiny, lustrous, and worthy of careful consideration. 


em =F (1911) Ash SA. AUS8 NGC. 

FEW. HCA. >A, BAe, EERE, 
BOG RR Te OER, ARTIC, AAR BLA, (te aR 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30099 


Hsiian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) AU58 PCGS, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y31, L&M-37, Kann-227. No period, extra flame variety. A 
fully white example showcasing shimmering silvery luster and 
well-crafted designs. Very lightly handled, as expected for the 
grade, but very clearly quite close to Mint State. 


a= (1911) Aves @ A. AUS58 PCGS. 
Agia . BK MA. GREEN — i, WSR ABR 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30100 Hstian-t?ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) AU58 Details (Cleaned) 


ANACS, Tientsin mint, KM-Y31, L&M-37. Lustrous to the 
obverse, the reverse showing heavier signs of cleaning, though 
attractively toned in purple and midnight blue. 


2 R= (1911) ASRS SA. AUDSB Details (Cleaned) 
ANACS. 

FE, EBS, FRR, PEE aE 
38, ane ey TEAR Ko 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 











30101 Hstian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) AU Details (Cleaned) NGC, 


Tientsin mint, KM-Y31, L&M-37, Kann-227. No period, extra 
flame variety. Gorgeously toned, a vibrant and multichromatic 
rainbow effect embracing the outer regions to create a spectacular 
visual frame for the lustrous central expanses. A coin of singular 
visual appeal! 


= (1911) Aves" = Al. AU Details (Cleaned) NGC. 
Sel FEAL SE, He LAY LR EOP, LR Hy, FE 
if Yo 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30102 Hsiian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) XF45 PCGS, KM-Y31, 


L&M-37. No period, extra flame variety. Dressed in a veil of 
silver tone, graphite accents held within the scales of the dragon 
and the minute crevices of the devices to accentuating effect. An 
appealing, moderately circulated representative. 


BmM=F (1911) Alps = Al. XF45 PCGS. 

FEAL AE - FAS K Ma. SRILE , FER TO CH EG as oe 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30103 Chihli. Kuang-hsii 10 Cents Year 22 (1896) VF25 NGC, Pei 


Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y62, L&M-442, Kann-184. Mintage: 
5,000. A notoriously elusive first-year emission from the Pei Yang 
Arsenal in any condition, which, though admittedly somewhat 
evenly struck, shows no evidence of cleaning or other serious 
issues. 


HRT —4F (1896) ALi Be ae 2 — SR. VF25 NGC. 

AGS AR oe IIE. BEAT 15,0008. LTT SC BRL AY i A, ALE AR 
ap ey a Fhe, Rae TE ve tH eB i We REA, AN eA 
RL, AIA, TR RH 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








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Excessively Rare First Year of Issue Chihli Dollar 
$B FACIE AR oe le) EBT 





30104 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 22 (1896) UNC Details 





(Cleaned) NGC, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y65, L&M- 
439, Kann-181, WS-0603, Wenchao-606 (rarity 4 stars), Chang 
Foundation-51. 26.98gm. Mintage: 3,000. Quite easily the rarest 
dollar of the entire Chihli series, this dollar represents the first 
“modernized” issue of the Pei Yang Arsenal mint, struck as part 
of a decimalized system that would continue until 1899, when 
the 7 Mace 2 Candareens standard was adopted, just prior to the 
destruction of the mint during the Boxer Rebellion. Frequently 
found with post-mint problems, the already low proposed mintage 
of just 3,000 pieces propels the type to a position of extreme 
scarcity, bolstered here by a lavish degree of detail even in spite 
of the noted cleaning, with traces of satiny finish remaining close 
to the devices. The last representative that we offered, an AU 
Details (Altered Surfaces), achieved an impressive $71,700 in 
our December 2016 HKINF sale 3050, and with the rise in col- 
lector interest in vintage Chinese coins in recent years, coupled 
with the fact that straight-graded Mint State examples frequently 
break $100,000, we can only anticipate the strong interest that the 
present specimen will garner. 


Ht — TX AE (1896) AL me ae ae & ASR". UNC Details 
(Cleaned) NGC. 
AEH. DRO, 26.98%. HAT E3,000%K. 4b3# 
HERG HREHAW BOR SO Be iy Ab Ie RR 
A. RH Tie ail, 1518994 He LA RR ARMOR, 
_ SRS E RA ROMA. karte BIE. 0004, 
He EZ SHARD Bl FREER E, vier AE] BR 
&, PR -REECN. PRAMS AOE, Gia 
BE ROR Fa aE 2 Fa 7A ARTA LAR Hh OCF RE, EE. 
A 1220164712 Fl ie tH BEF AX AU Details (Altered 
Surfaces) HIF, @FFUAS$TI OOF TUBE SIE He UE ae BY 
‘Be Hil ETH a A a Ce CL en cecieian 
tt, MER HTH ZT. hic] Fa eT ANKE AD th | 
HMR Z MAUR. 
Estimate: $35,000-$50,000 
Starting Bid: $17,500 





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30105 Chihli. Kuang-hst Dollar Year 25 (1899) AU Details (Cleaned) 


PCGS, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73, L&M-454. A wondrous 
coin showcasing a full target effect of iridescent rainbow tone. 
Rarely seen with such exceptional visual appeal. 


Mi — +A (1899) sb et eH BK DR, AU 
Details (Cleaned) PCGS. 
ee Cee Lh ee cee ae Le 
REET — Fo 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30106 Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) MS66 NGC, Pei Yang 


Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465A, Kann-208, WS-0643. 
Short central spine on tail variety. Quite simply an astonishing 
specimen, preserved at a level far above its peers, with just 10 
other specimens ranking at this peak level across NGC and PCGS 
combined out of well over 10,000 certified. From a visual stand- 
point, the surfaces are virtually immaculate, just a few scattered 
traces of die rust visible above the dragon’s head, a tinge of golden 
tone acting as a border for waves of fresh mint luster that effort- 
lessly cross the surfaces. To-date we have been able to locate only 
two other MS66s coming to auction, the last of which, the long 
tail spine variety, brought $25,000 hammer in a recent sale. 


ee (1908) sb 238 3t AH 70 Hb 5k — SR. MS66 
NGC, 

AL ie. BK. THAR fey BL ik, TRACT R, NGC PCGS 
ASM AATEAT ?, RA OAM, TH PE 
ZL, DRED AD a SGN, WHR SOE ER 
WA, See IR LAE UAE IRR A Sb — AK MS66 4 Bl TB BT 
Sl, BRERA TS A$25,000K 5 He 

Estimate: $8,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





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30107 Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) MS63 NGC, Pei 


Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. Long central spine on 
tail variety. A conditionally quite sensitive issue, particularly in 
this choice state of preservation, with a delightful original patina 
visible over the surfaces. 


a ia + WOE (1908) Ab e3e Ht 4 


ER Ae. Fe. Bam BY PIS FEB SL, WBC FE AK RE 
WW Be HE RE, A IR LE, FOO EE 

Estimate: $3,000- $4, 000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


GR — SRE, MS63 








30108 Chihli. Kuang-hst Mint Error - Obverse Lamination Dollar 


Year 34 (1908) MS63 NGC, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, 
L&M-465. Satiny and lustrous, with sharp central features that 
draw the eye for closer examination. The cause of the noted mint 
error 1s a single patch of incompleteness that traverses the right- 
most section of the dragon’s tail, the first such minting issue we 
have seen for the type. A highly attractive coin whose distinction 
as an error coin only heightens its interest to series and error col- 
lectors. 

7 Re = TE (1908) Abie 7 A TO ROAR, SH HE 
, MS63 NGC, 

AG Be at JF 3 Pecan EPR ATRIA, Hse hl z RE 
JEP AGRE IE Fe, JESSE Se. WAI BK TH Bee TE Sea, SP 
Jo MBER AR SE, SEV AGRE Ge FT UA, | i il BR 
aK, Jk SEH HGR SODA. 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30109 


Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar 34 (1908) MS62 NGC, Pei Yang 
Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. A gleaming and frosty rep- 
resentative displaying a degree of lustrous brilliance that firmly 
places the offering within the realm of Mint State preservation, 
with only fine hairlines on the characters side existing to limit the 
piece’s certification. 


la + 4E (1908) Ahiee BH RO DRY, MS62 


a FRIAR RE, TOE REE. MES AR BER IR il 
AR AGRA WE 4 EE BE: AR 

see $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 








30110 


Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 34 (1908) UNC Details 
(Corrosion) NGC, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. 
Long central spine on tail variety. Handsome overall preservation 
for the issue, satin texture clinging especially prominently to the 
central characters on the obverse (reverse as holdered). The noted 
corrosion is located between 3 and 6 o’clock on the rim, as hold- 
ered. 


MB =aT OF (1908) AG Gt SR, UNC 
Details (Corrosion) NGC, _ . 
2. REO. EXER RGLLAZ LM, WBA 
ALE, PARKA AER. BERGHE. 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





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30111 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 34 (1908) UNC Details 


(Cleaned) PCGS, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. 
Small Letters variety. Exhibiting a crisp and exacting central 
strike and preserving strong luster despite the noted cleaning, 
which seems confined primarily to the reverse (as holdered), 
where circular hairlines remain visible. 


HM = OA (1908) ASE Ft A GH Be — SRE. UNC 
Details (Cleaned) PCGS. 

SEE HEB NEE EPA EL, (OLCOTT A 2 
RE, HH LAIR. 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 








30112 Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) AU55 NGC, Pei Yang 


Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. A richly and colorfully 
toned selection revealing abundant luster to confirm its near-Mint 
State quality. 


Ft M=aT GE (1908) see wt BX DSR, AUSDS 
NGC, 
Ae, GRA, EER RRKRN— HE. 


Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 





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30113 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Mint Error - Rotated Dies Dollar Year 34 


(1908) AU53 NGC, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M- 
465, Kann-208. Long central spine on tail variety. With reverse 
die rotated approximately 42 degrees clockwise. An intriguing 
mint error for this highly collectible type, and the first such 
example we have handled or been able to locate. 


= BAF (1908) tbe MTR bRO ARS, HH 
Hr. AUS3 NGC. . 
ILE), A-BAT ROL EMO EAE 
7s HY — 78 JR SB HS, BP EK AE. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 








30114 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar 34 (1908) AU53 PCGS, Pei Yang 


Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. A modestly circulated 
example exhibiting a formidable display of the central dragon 
motif, still-sharp and outlined in subtle graphite tone. Satiny and 
minimally disturbed luster emanates from the center, confirming 
a state bordering relatively closely to uncirculated preservation. 


36 =T FE (1908) AG ae I A 7G i — SRE, AUS3 
PEGS, 

AGS. PETERS, TEP AE CAE, SLE) Bt, 
ASIC, RARE, PAR 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








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30115 


Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 34 (1908) AU Details (Edge 
Corrosion) NGC, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. 
Long central spine on tail variety. A highly attractive selection 
of this very popular dragon dollar type, a great deal of detail 
preserved throughout the design while ample luster continues to 
grace both sides. The noted edge corrosion is located on the rim 
around 12 o’clock. 


3B =T OF (1908) HHA tRO DRE. AU 
Details (Edge Corrosion) NGC. 

LAE, BEBE, ASTRAL, BERIRRANEAG. SAAR 
re SMS, WE RAA, ELFERAH 


Estiniate: $700-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 








30116 





Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) XF40 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.4, L&M-465. Fancy 3 variety. An 
appealing provincial dollar revealing only moderate wear and a 
light, silty tone that graces the surfaces, concentrating in depth 
around the raised features. 


7 ans (1908) Abe38 tA 7B DSR, XF4O 


SESE WERE, SILOS] A AS BALA, AULA hE Sa 
SEBS, HE TT HOE RR ALE A YB 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30117 





Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) XF40 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.4, L&M-466, WS-0640. Crosslet 4, 
Fancy 3 variety. An admirable ‘selection of the scarcer Crosslet 4 
variety, which shows relatively minor wear for the assigned grade, 
a bold central dragon, and remnants of luster amidst scattered 
light russet tone. 


HM = t+ V4 (1908) AL HB RI, XFAO 
POGS: 

12. AEM. HAMA, AU, PEA 
RNR, ERE RAL ERG LEE. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





FUKIEN 





30118 





Fukien. Kuang-hsti 5 Cents ND (1903-1908) MS63 PCGS, 
KM-Y 102.1, L&M-294. Variety without rosette. Well-preserved 
and choice, the surfaces conveying rolling argent luster and 
decorated in light surface tone, a mottling of darker patination 
expressed to the reverse. 
1903-19084 fi 2 4 38 76 At LSS ESR. «= MS63 
PCGSs 

ATER RTH, RH ERMC REI, aR, 
JRA LD FERRE IR BY GE BH 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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HUNAN 





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30119 Hunan. Kuang-hsii copper Pattern 10 Cash ND (1902-1906) AU58 Brown NGC, KM-Pn5, CL-HUN.96 or 98, Duan-702 or 704, Hsu-Unl. 


Variety with rosettes with round petals. By all indications a quite rare variety of this already scarce pattern type, and one that was apparently 
missing from the Q. David Bowers Collection. Showcasing a wood-brown patina with overall rub remaining light and even, our research indi- 
cates that the type as a whole is noticeably difficult to procure outside of details grades, making near-Mint representatives a clear target for even 
discerning collectors. While we have not been able to satisfactorily attribute this particular piece to one particular reference number in either 
Duan or Zhou and Li’s work, both subtypes have fairly similar catalog values, with the latter (CL-HUN.98) being priced slightly higher. 


1902-1906 4F:i#] 38 364 0 HS 7G te. AUS8 Brown NGC. 

WHAR We K. Ase. ee TR te, HQ. David Bower mE R ILM, Be FUND Se HER AE LAE AR TERK, WR 
AGL ALM. WASCIRAERE, Detailsl\ EM EMU T eB, HERZ E.G Ok, BR ROR BR LAS RHINE A EE 
LARA AE, AABRHMA EAR, REMORSE, HARE, BHCLHNOS HPCE SR. 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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Gorgeously Toned and Finest Certified Hunan Tael Cake 


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30120 Hunan. Funan Official Bureau Liangmianbing (“Two-Faced 


Cake”) Tael (Mace, 7 Chi’en) ND (1906) MS64 NGC, Funan 
mint, Kann-942, L&M-386, WS-0907, Cribb-LXX XIII.A.1086. 
Obverse stamped in three columns, reading from right to left: 
“Hu Nan Fu Nan Guan Ju” (Hunan Provincial Funan Official 
Bureau); reverse stamped in three columns, reading from right to 
left: “Sheng Ping Zu Wen Yi Liang” (Provincial Weight Standard, 
pure fine silver, one ounce). A simply gorgeous piece through- 
and-through, presenting a level of detail and visual allure that 
seems to nearly fly in the face of the purpose for which these 
silver cakes were produced in the first place. Like its neighbors, 
Hunan suffered from an overabundance of copper coins, as well 
as a dearth of imperial silver dollars from the capital mint at 
Changsa, with the consequence that merchants were allowed to 
send silver to the mint to be struck into circulating cakes around 
1906. Most such pieces show evidence of heavy circulation wear 
due to their much-needed use in commerce, making a piece such 
as this, the current finest certified, an anomaly. Furthermore, the 
strike is perfectly centered, while an aurora of golden-orange, 
cobalt, and magenta tone decorates both sides. For comparison, 
the previous finest certified (an MS63) hammered for $15,000 in 
March of last year. 


L065 WHER ERE TRE M. MS64 NCC. 
BRE AR. EMSA S, REZ: (WHBR Ea) Co 
GSeGRETA) : RHEE STL MEN| GEER 
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RE RE H, WERT ERB LHD. i a 9 9 
Ha &, Ne Heyy A Se MF ke Dr EMH TSR SR 7c, 
PBF AE SRE HK TEL BE SBE ARB EET TA eH PY 
: fears REARS, 7 i We SE ee Beg JB IE J TS 
PEAS? ALASOMS LE, Lee eR 
SHA 


RESCH, Te EER LSB, FOAL EYEE A BB. 
ECB, KPA WAI R EH, — He peels 
TOR BE, ABA EH 4a UL EDA ee 

Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 


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30121 





Hunan. Hstan-t’ung 10 Cash Year 1 (1915) MS64 Brown 
NGC, KM-Y401.1. Variety with narrower legend. An important 
provincial minor issue that proves challenging in better condi- 
tional tiers. Glossy and attractive, the offering ranks as the finest 
example seen by NGC in this color designation. 

Ex. Robinson Collection 


HES 704E (1915) HBR AAS St 4. MS64 Brown 


NGC, 
56 BEE. BMT ND ib, ant Ler Bl aE We HAR 
Wea IC, SANE. NGCAPPS FEB 48. 

1}: Robinson # ik 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 








30122 





Hunan. Republic Fantasy Dollar Year 1 (1916)-Dated MS62 
NGC, KM-X1395, Kann-Unl., WS-1349-20. An enticing issue, 
and currently the second finest representative of this fantasy cer- 
tified by NGC, clearly copying the iconic dragon design used on 
Hsutian-t’ung’s coinage of 1911 (likely the reason for the misattrib- 
uted date on the holder). Both sides feature a mottled iridescence 
framing the central features, bolstering the overall eye appeal and 
confirming the piece’s desirability. 


Hee 1916) MR RBALA Se Be, MS62 NGC. 
BLA ARR Ac, BAENGCHAS — A, HE MAEM T1911 
Ae er se Se EL Ae FAA we ER SECT fe ze EY BH 
uA BEG Hy TREAD) WO SL Mi ie Br A, A a 
4H, WET HG GB Y FEE PL | Hy Mh eT A EK 
Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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HUPEH 








30123 Hupeh. Kuang-hsii Dollar ND (1895-1907) AU55 NGC, Ching 


mint, KM-Y 127.1, L&M-182. Steel-toned throughout, the surfaces 
keeping glistening luster that resides in the fields, speaking to the 
near-Mint preservation of the piece. An example absent of most 
larger signs of handling that normally accompany circulation, and 
a quite appealing example thus. 


1895-190 7F il Ab te FE RE TL EG RARE, AUSS NGC. 
AYE a, 2) ALS ELIS, TRAE REELS FBR EE, 
SAL ACA BUR, BASE AS 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 








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Stunning and Admirably Toned “Small Characters” Tael 
AAR Lea Aw at OT AD RI 





30124 Hupeh. Kuang-hst “Small Characters” Tael Year 30 (1904) 





AU58 NGC, Wuchang mint, KM-Y128.2, L&M-180, Kann- 
933, WS-0878, Wenchao-583. Small characters variety. A 
historically interesting type, which was introduced as part of 
a projected coinage reform based on the traditional system of 
Chinese weights, rather than the relatively recently introduced 
decimalized Dollar system. Crafted to bold precision, the devices 
sharply contoured and standing in stark relief against the sur- 
rounding features, not a trace of weakness visible to the strike. 
Hard silver luster is evident throughout, surviving brief circula- 
tion, with a soft veil of silvery tone transitioning to colorful, 
glowing iridescence at the outer registers resulting in an excep- 
tional eye appeal that matches a wholly laudable preservation for 
the type. 


Hi =F (1904) Wi db aie Ave SREY OT) KI. AUS8 


NGC, 

FU a NEI. WAL He — RT Ba A, FL HET HK 
Uy, RATT ALY UR AB TG BR PSR TCI THe ARP, Pl 
ZR AEM HE, HKEAME AR REHEAT. © 
ZELMA HEE STERN RA ATER EE 
ARE FRAT MLE OE pa), EL LAE ER. 
DEAR AT. TEL SC URED TR, Bea ER RA, Mb BJP] DD Ae 7 ik Be BB SY 
I, BARU. RR LAUT, Lama 
LOPE SVEN, MP RELA MEY, BACK 
GG, FORE RTF AK RG ES A 

Estimate: $20,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 





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30125 Hupeh. Hstian-t’?ung Dollar ND (1909-1911) UNC Details 


(Reverse Cleaned) NGC, KM-Y131, L&M-187. Retaining full 
device definition and displaying argent luster underneath a fine 
veil of silvery patination. A popular type when located in uncircu- 
lated condition. 


1909-191 1F WAL ee SHH 4 B— DSR, UNC Details 
(Reverse Cleaned) NGC. 


ri SRE LSE PERE EEDR. WAAR RY OIE ER 


Estimate: $900-$1,200 
No Minimum Bid 





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30126 Hupeh. Republic Li Ching-lin Fantasy Dollar Year 14 (1925)- 


Dated MS63+ NGC KM-X870, Kann-B59, WS-1349-40. Highly 
popular and challenging as a type within this series, with an 
overall level of technical preservation that blows much of the 
competition out of the water—of its relatively small certified pop- 
ulation, only a single piece ranks finer as an MS64. Featuring the 
portrait of Li Ching-lin, governor of Hopei (Hupeh), the design 
exhibits an ideal precision that reaches its peak on the reverse, 
the portrait containing a typical degree of flatness atop the nose. 
Most recently an AU58-graded piece hammered for $8750 in 
October, suggesting a fervent level of bidding will accompany 
such a choice specimen as it crosses the auction block. 


FEU + 4 (1925) sel le MR & Be. MS63+ NGC, 

Hi 5 2 ELT RE AR AYR 8 LTR PEA By SR ACE SRE 
BeBe Ay, ZH AB) HRS HH, RA — BEE FS Fe BY 
MS64a. PN Rd él fil, IN ERE AKT 2 he AE A es 
Bett BA BA EE, A eA teat ae es 
#107 tH @AUSSH—*KW$8,750X% oH, APES. 
Estimate: $7,000-$9,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 





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KANSU 





Attractive and Lightly Circulated Kansu Dollar 
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30127 Kansu. Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) AUS3 


NGC, Lanchow mint, KM-Y407, L&M-617, Kann-759. With 
characters “Kan Su” to either side of the bust. Of praisewor- 
thy condition for this rare and conditionally elusive type, this 
“Kansu” dollar exhibits only light rub to Yuan Shih-kai’s bust 
and the other highpoints of the raised design. An almost defin- 
ing characteristic for the type, lightness of strike is evident in 
the reverse wreath design and is seen in the slight softness of the 
other devices as well, though the surfaces overall confirm great 
care in preservation since the coin was extracted from circulation. 
Unlike many other specimens that entered exchange, the piece 
retains a strong sheen of underlying luster behind a decades-old 
silver patina, resulting in a verdict that its history in trade must 
have been brief indeed. Consequently, the coin preserves a sense 
of proximity to Mint State condition that escapes many other 
specimens in this certified grade range. In summary, a superb 
specimen for the issue, and one which we can easily count among 
the finest of those that we have seen to date. 


RiBl= (1914) sci SUK Se Elsie CHAR | © AUSS NGC. 

BEN te AE. ZEKE J ie Et a | I, SE RB RT 
Flo ME i, EE TOD, RAB BAS IN 
Sh, PRUE Ea aor a JY TTA an 2 BLT #: 
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EAH ik BRL PT LEN 

Estimate: $20,000-$30,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 





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Astonishing Mint State Kuomintang Dollar - Among the Finest Certified 
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30128 Kansu. Republic Sun Yat-sen Dollar Year 17 (1928) MS61 


NGC, Lanchow mint, KM-Y410, L&M-618, Kann-760, WS-0720, 
Wenchao-1034 (rarity 3 stars). Issued under Feng Yu Hsiang. A 
stand-out type within the Republican series as a whole and the 
already very challenging and short-lived Kansu series in par- 
ticular, with Mint State survivors representing an opportunity 
which most serious Chinese collectors cannot hope to see in their 
collecting lifetimes—the coin at hand appearing nicer than either 
of the two pieces in the Goodman collection, while the selection 
presented in Stack’s 2011 sale of the Chin Family, H.T. Nance, 
Frank Robinson, and Wa She Wong collections contained nothing 
finer than an XF Details. One of only three examples ranking 
in this preservation tier across both major grading services, the 
1928 Sun Yat-sen dollar represents one of only two issues pro- 
duced in Kansu, and was clearly meant to act as a response by 
the Kuomintang (Chinese Nationalist Party) to the Yuan Shih-kai 
dollars first struck in 1914. While both issues could hardly have 
been struck in large numbers, the Sun Yat-sen Dollars are far 
rarer, the [//ustrated Catalogue of Chinese Gold & Silver Coins 
assigning the type a value twice that of its Yuan Shih-kai prede- 
cessor. By far the finest representative we have been able to locate 
coming to auction in the last several decades, and a clear target for 
the connoisseur as such. 


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Estimate: $30,000-$50,000 

Starting Bid: $15,000 


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KIANGNAN 





30129 





Kiangnan. Kuang-hsu 10 Cash CD 1902 MS65 Brown PCGS, 
Nanking mint, KM-Y135, CCC-199, CL-KN.01. Reeded edge 
variety (very faint). Reverse die rotated approximately 43 degrees. 
A more popular provincial copper issue from Kiangnan, even 
more so in this lustrous brown status, with hardly a stray mark to 
be observed anywhere over the surfaces. Very nearly expressing 
the visuals of a finer coin. 


1L9024FJ1 i 228 F644 TU ET OCS, MS65 Brown PCGS. 
HR. He. PHOS ARM AE, Lae eS 
DE, hints Bt, LBUR, eT at ae a 
bh, #48 18 TP. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





30130 





Kiangnan. Kuang-hst 10 Cents CD 1903 MS61 NGC, 
KM-Y142a.11, L&M-255. Large Rosette variety. A condition- 
ally superior representative of this minor issue, which proves 
incredibly elusive in Mint State preservation, the present offering 
ranking as one of only two certified in this condition by NGC. 
Highly lustrous and decorated in an airy silver patina - a coin 
closely deserving of collector consideration. 


¥ 5 190348) (LH Ais 76h Lb — Fit aR. MS61 NGC. 
Kite hh. DLN ne, Ae a ih aK RE. NGCAPEBIS ERA Ab 
oo AE ie RET. WARE, STRELA RG], (0 
45K Filo 

Poe. $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








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Exceptional Kiangnan Dragon Dollar 


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30131 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsu Dollar ND (1897) UNC Details 
(Environmental Damage) PCGS, Nanking mint, KM-Y 145.1, 
L&M-210A, Kann-66d, WS-0786, Wenchao-640 (rarity 2 stars). 
Herringbone (Ornamental) edge. Variety with 2 strokes in sheng 
(“province”), and crossbars on A’s in KIANGNAN barely visible. 
With ink chopmark on obverse (reverse as holdered). Evincing the 
highest degree of quality in every sense of the word, with a rich 
pastel tone overlying surfaces expressing marked and persistent 
luster. PCGS’s certification policy stipulates that chopmarked 
coins cannot receive a straight grade, accounting for the assigned 
Details notation, though we feel that the quality of the speci- 
men is otherwise very likely near to gem, if not so. Virtually no 
disturbances may be traced over the fields, with close inspection 
yielding only heightened appreciation for the balanced patina and 
exceptional aesthetic appeal. This example may rightfully be con- 
sidered the “brother”, or companion, to the previous example of 
the type that we sold in our July Hong Kong sale (July 2020, Lot 
30108), with both coins hailing from the same collection, sim1- 
larly ink chopmarked, and very nearly identical in appearance. As 
such, we consider this piece the equal of the former, which is to 
say that it comes with our highest recommendation. 


L8SO7T#IL AGE HHH Ro SRM. UNC Details 
(Environmental Damage) PCGS. 
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SIAL FPR BRIA. EMRE. HERBS, ee 
AEH, RELA, RBI. PCOS RMKRT, SRA 
BREET AD BE, VERRIER BY Sho ACL a Fey VAC ut HEL, US BE JG 
FAGEMMA TIS ON GE AN RMSE, RHA, ER AR 
Ar Fel GLAS ESR, BOO BEE tie a] Eel E7 A to el 
PIF Gel wt Sh 30108) , SEAS 4H oe Hh El Te] — ie Het, Fl ae a aK, 
SPFLAE A, FAR ER NT BE, IC] BB UE 

Estimate: $60,000-$80,000 

Starting Bid: $30,000 


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30132 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1897) VF Details (Chop 
Mark) PCGS, Nanking mint, KM-Y145.1, L&M-210A. A laud- 
able representative of this contested type showcasing balanced 
circulation wear and a lovely silver patina carrying charcoal 
accents that accentuate the raised features in bold fashion. Lightly 
chopmarked - a fact that seems wholly insignificant in light of the 
superior aesthetic quality. 


1897441 Bie 3t 4 70 Hb R— DSR. VF Details (Chop 
Mark) PCGS. - 

Bie, AME, REACRESR AUE, mE RE 
idles ABR KE Se, MER, SEOMKAR 


Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 
Starting Bid: $1,000 








30133 





Kiangnan. Kuang-hstt Dollar CD 1902 AUS53 PCGS, 
KM-Y 145a.8, L&M-247, Kann-93. Well-maintained for the type 
and displaying only a small degree of rub to the dragon’s scales 
and finer features for the grade designation, the planchet dressed 
in a soft steel patina that contributes a further sense of quality and 
charm to the piece. 


£8 (19024) THA HATH tROIDRY. AUS3 
PCGSs 

HED TRAE, BAIR RG GEA HY ERED IE AAI ha 
Boh, RAGE MORAN ON, BPE REY. 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30134 Kiangnan. Kuang-hstt Dollar CD 1904 UNC Details 


(Corrosion Removed) PCGS, KM-Y 145a.12, L&M-257. Variety 
with HAH CH initials on obverse (reverse as holdered) and fewer 
spines on dragon. Attractive and lustrous despite light corrosion 
removal that has left a finely speckled texturing in the fields, with 
central dragon design bold and showing fine detail in the intricate 
scales. 


Fe (19044) iL aie tM HbR SR. UNC Details 
oecoe Removed) PCGS. 

DIOL. WAL ROL, WR SER BR. EPR 
FERVOUR TAIN, mo 7tH tH RL. 

Estimate: $900-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 











30135 Kiangnan. Kuang-hsu Dollar CD 1904 UNC Details (Cleaned) 


PCGS, KM-Y145a.12, L&M-257. Variety with HAH CH initials 
on obverse (reverse as holdered) and fewer spines on dragon. A 
frosty, if lightly cleaned, representative of this better type, with 
most evidence of the noted cleaning confined to the reverse 
(obverse as holdered), and even this doing relatively little to 
diminish the coin’s overall eye appeal. 


Fe (19044) Lee te ce tRw— aR, UNC Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS, 


Ail [HAH] #2 ICH) WR RES KE. BEV YEH, (EAB 
Estimate: $900-$1,200 
No Minimum Bid 








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30136 





Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1904 AU53 PCGS, 
KM-Y145a.12, L&M-257. Variety with HAH CH initials 
on obverse (reverse as holdered) and fewer spines on dragon. 
Lustrous with only mild friction across the devices and light 
chatter in the fields to indicate circulation. Charcoal tone outlines 
the larger characters, providing an emboldening visual contrast. 


bis (19044) THA TAteBe_— ORS, AUS 


CGS. 
x > HE BEEN Bl. JRA SRG Rel, 7 ESE RR LA OR 
Tho RE LARA KF He, FE RG. 
Estimate: $900-$1,200 
No Minimum Bid 








30137 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1905 XF40 PCGS, 
KM-Y 145a.17, L&M-262. Inverted SY initials in legend on 
reverse. Emboldening charcoal tone frames the prominent central 
dragon and larger characters, while a steel patina with light olive 
undertones confirms the age of the specimen. A popular type 
sought by collectors in virtually all states of preservation. 


AE (19054) Hai tH Ht B— DSHS. XF4O 
PCGSs 

Hf 2 eA LTT BIEN USVI SC Fo RE RAA SAR HE OC 
PAE Fy RW, HCL ASE RO EL, Ye Be, 
FLAG B. AP KA, RM REE 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30138 Kiangsu. Kuang-hsu 5 Cash CD 1906 MS66 PCGS, KM-Y9n, 


Duan-1708, CL-KS.43. A rare minor type which 1s virtually 
unseen at this level of preservation, and thus perhaps a singular 
opportunity to acquire such a fine example thereof. Of those 
certified by PCGS, only two meet the gem level, with this offer- 
ing standing as the single-finest of 72 examples currently graded 
by that service, no examples of a much smaller number certified 
by NGC reaching this peak grade. A truly elite specimen whose 
fields exhibit scattered raised die polish lines, though little else, 
rendering the surfaces ultra-sleek and stunningly free of any han- 
dling or signs of contact. An altogether exceptional coin worthy 
of the closest consideration. 


A+ (19064F) 7tfe Fie Pep A vase EC. MS66 PCGS, 

2 FWA, FE LAY AEE A, PCGSA PEE72, (27 IEGem 
42% KTH i ABE. NGCAPRERY, BEEP 
SUR. HEP B, Mens, Asche Banat 
BER, Ar SH TAR IK A, RTE FOR, (ELA Le REY 
— HE 6 

Estimate: $8,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








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30139 Kiangsu. Kuang-hsu brass Pattern 5 Cash ND (c. 1906) XF45 





NGC, KM-Pn4, CCC-231, CL-KS.30, Duan-1705. With denomi- 
nation written as EIVF. Coveted in all grades, with the majority 
of examples showing evidence of cleaning, the present offering 
showcases a wonderful clarity of strike even for its relatively 
modest technical grade, with just the smallest traces of weak- 
ness over the word EIVF and the character Kuang on the obverse 
(reverse as holdered). 


L906 ARG LH TE aR, ~=XF45 NGC, 

Hf AO HL FIVE! BY BBE TEIVE) . REPRE. TE 
fel de tH AB OA ARR, KSB ER, BEAK 
PAA BURY DLR, HOR REL BEN, (2 TEIVE) & 
RR ACIE HY (Sb) FAR LA TTI. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 





KIAU CHAU 





30140 





Kiau Chau. German Occupation 5 Cents 1909 MS65 NGC, 
KM1, Kann-873. An incredible level of preservation for this 
iconic German colonial minor, presently standing tied for the 
second-finest across NGC and PCGS, with only 5 finer out of 
over 400 certified. 


190944 DAREN EA Si MS65 NGC. 

kM, a DB eR  , CR KR OA BEL ee, BRE 
NGCHPCCSHA YABB, £4005 HRA enn bein 
OH EE. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30141 





Kiau Chau. German Occupation nickel-plated brass 10 
Pfennig Token ND (c. 1914) AU53 NGC, Menzel-4287.1.2. A 
thoroughly scarce token type, produced in Berlin for the German 
colony of Kiau Chau, which ultimately fell to the Japanese in 
1914. The issue frequently comes weakly struck atop the high 
points, leading to its thin nickel plating rubbing off atop the 
devices. 


Fe CAL ei sratgrat ne AU53 NGC. 

DALI IBA. HA, ERE BNR. BUNK 
19142 RH ASSN, BUBTeb AHS} FE ERE Se, SK ESC 
TAs LEY, OBA RIE 
Estimate: $700-$900 
No Minimum Bid 











30142 


Kirin. Kuang-hsii 20 Cents CD 1908 MS62 PCGS, KM-Y181b, 
L&M-578, Kann-571. Variety with province name written in 
Manchu characters in center of reverse. Though somewhat 
unevenly struck, this important provincial minor offers an 
impressive lustrous quality, joined by a degree of surface pres- 
ervation that few surviving examples of the issue can boast. 
Luminescent brightness highlights from the fields and within the 
crevices of the devices, with a soft silvery patina, laid over the 
surfaces, conveying a rarely seen quality for the type. 


ae FHKE 5G A 7G HE — pe RI. MS62 
P 3 

PMI CREA. CRN, RL CY, Cee 
CrP AR RR EE, FZ TRY i TEE PT, REE, JE AE 
BCA tir. wWhLEFRROREAM, RB AR BROWS 
ae $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30143 





Kirin. Kuang-hst “Flower Basket” 50 Cents CD 1900 AUS58 
PCGS, KM-Y182.3, L&M-532. “CANDARANS” variety. A 
luminescent and virtually uncirculated specimen, lustrous 
throughout its surfaces underneath a light patina of silver and 
steel color. An important type that proves highly sought-after in 
better states of preservation. 


am (19002F) EAGIE It 7 ER RNS 76 |. AU5D8 


RE RER, GER ICANDARANS| Jil. SRIA SE LIE 
mI, SERRA A, FRR PE ABEZW inte, TREIKBL 
EIN BIS, FER. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 


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30144 Kirin. Kuang-hsii 50 Cents CD 1905 MS62 NGC, Kirin 


mint, KM-Y182a.1, L&M-558, WS-0504. Variety with cross- 
star rosettes on reverse, kai-style hooked Kuang, and dot 
in Manchu. An incredibly well-preserved specimen, with 
a bright steely glow, and hardly a touch of tone over the sur- 
faces. The detail on the whole remains exceptional, most 
examples of the type coming with post-mint alterations. 

Ex. Wang Collection 


CE (190548) BAR a He TE Ae BE = RNP SRE, MS62 NGC. 
ERSH, CHAE DLE. Wet) S, BCH 
All, ROCE WAH, SRE TE TH. ANA el aR FE A BTL 
IE, MBC AN se ik ae VR, BTA A ee Bi HY BR, IE Ge REAR 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30145 





Kirin. Kuang-hsti “Flower Basket” Dollar ND (1898) UNC 
Details (Cleaned) NGC, Kirin mint, KM-Y183, L&M-516, Kann- 
281, WS-0366. Variety with fine, small scales. A very fleeting 
variety for the issue which, in spite of the noted cleaning, presents 
fully uncirculated details with a pleasing ring of iridescent tone 
developing around the edges. By far the finest example we have 
handled, we note that an AUS55 brought a hammer price of $15,000 
in May. 


1S9O8FERKG HIM Ht BAD SRM. UNC Details 
(Cleaned) NGC, . 

hie FEF SC BE, ARE. lee I, A 2 
RAAT fi, BAW RT oir tH 
BA Ab ak, WA re BPA A Pe HE FB — Bo PIES Bl, — 
BAUS5S E4455 FH EWS 15, OOOX UH 1A KR 
Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30146 Kirin. Kuang-hst Mint Error - Reverse Strikethrough Dollar 
CD 1903 AUS55 NGC, KM-Y183a.2, L&M-547. Exhibiting shim- 
mering luster and an accentuating tone that gently grips the 
devices, this already highly appealing and well-kept example 
conveys further appeal by an intriguing strikethrough error to 
the reverse (as holdered). This error, a result of unknown foreign 
debris interfering with the striking process, has left a clear inden- 
tation immediately above the top central character, large enough 
to create a sense of intrigue and appreciation, yet small enough 
that it does nothing to obscure the intended design. 

Ex. Spencer Miller Collection 


sei) (19034) FRA HM TRCRO DRE, SHH, AUSS 
WBA, EMA, aN OO RS 
HH, NZ Se SR, LM — LZ 
EY, eH TS REN Bee Ay PRI PB, te UEP TR SEV IR AE ee 
eu, SIA ARR, Aaa BE. 

El: Spencer Miller 4 7% AW 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 
Starting Bid: $1,500 











30147 Kirin. Kuang-hsii Dollar CD 1905 MS62 NGC, Kirin mint, 
KM-Y 183a.3, L&M-557, Kann-514a, WS-0498. Variety with 
rosettes at date, hooked sheng and kuang, and dot in Manchu 
script. An impressive and clean striking for this conditionally 
very difficult type, a fact revealed by the steep drop-off in the 
certified population above the MS62 level. Appearing extremely 
satiny with strong die polish and hardly a trace of tone, the current 
offering is sure to earn a place of prominence in its next owner’s 
collection. 


GE. (1905) FARSI IH HK SR, MS62 NGC. 
ERG. Hi, (@) ROE) SBA, BAB. BA 
UALS, MOORE. BaP D TARAS IL. DIMSCZA BR, 
GRE RES SRE, KARMA, REAR, CPR M 
A jet St FTE. 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Reserve: $10,000 








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KWANGTUNG 





Exceedingly Fresh Trial for China’s First Milled Coinage 
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30148 Kwangtung. Kuang-hst Specimen Trial 50 Cents (3 Mace 6-1/2 
Candareens) ND (1889) SP64 PCGS, Heaton mint, KM-Y197, L&M- 
124A, Kann-17, Sweeny-CN29s, WS-0932, cf. Wenchao-553 (for circulation 
strike). Reeded edge. By Alan Wyon. With denomination written as 3 
MACE AND 6 1/2 CANDAREENS. A fantastic relic of one of the most 
historic coins in late Qing/early modern Chinese history, this gorgeous 
specimen positively brims with mirrorlike luster and a quality of appear- 
ance very nearly deserving of a finer technical grade. The surfaces on both 
sides are thickly layered with die polish lines, coupling with the painstaking 
execution of the devices to produce an undeniably sharp finish. Produced 
by the Heatons in 1888 for sale to the mint in Canton, then the largest in 
the world, the dies used to produce these coins represented ‘trials’, meant 
to help train Chinese mint officials 1n an effort to develop the nation’s first 
milled issues. Additionally intended to supplant the circulation of various 
foreign silver coins within the country, most particularly the Spanish 
Dollar and its latter-day successor, the Mexican 8 Reales, the ensuing 
Chinese-produced emissions of 1889 were struck to a higher silver content 
than their rivals, with the Dollar containing 7 Mace and 3 Candareens 
of silver. Unfortunately, the experiment ended disastrously, the coins 
achieving the exact opposite of their intended goal; being heavier and 
more valuable they were hoarded and melted down to retrieve the extra 
Candareen of silver, very much in keeping with the principles of Gresham’s 
Law. Moreover, the juxtaposition of English and Chinese text resulted 
in public outcry, requiring a redesign of the dies the following year. 










& au) NG 5 Pr 








Despite the failure of this initial experiment, the design of the 1889 Dollar 
and its fractions served as the standard type for the coinage of all the 
Chinese provinces from Chihli to Fukien to Yunnan during the period 
from 1890 to 1907, creating an iconic legacy for these fabled forerunners. 
Though perhaps not struck to quite so low of numbers as originally sup- 
posed by Kann, who stated that only two trial sets of the denominations 
from the 5 Cents through the Dollar were produced by/for the southern mint 
(on this point his wording is ambiguous) before official production began, 
these specimens occupy a place of prominence in the series that cannot 
be overstated, and we fully expect this offering, one of just a handful at 
PCGS, to elicit fierce bidding attention as it crosses the auction block. 

Ex. Champion Auction (November 2014, Lot 318); Champion Auction (June 
1996) 


1S8O4F FERGIE HT HEB AD LES SP64 PCGS. 
Bie eR, He. CE RMAA, We Ly ee se A | -PE GR AE | . 
BARA OMERE EN EED hh, & BAAN. wha RNR, BRR, He 
ME ROS HLI SARE. EX MELABABE, Bl OC SCAR 0, 3 RRR 
Bn, nail Al, AAA. 1898 EH He SE, ee Ae AP ka We 
, Stann nna! “a REA. WA LEBER, FP LA AE Heme ae RE, Ee #4 
— BS Be LE aa a ee, HB A A Til PR KD aR, 
Pyle RE FA TRE GM YE ER, Al th 188945 S38 BY SRE SR 
BRIN Ra, EE SRI TIES, I GE RR ER OAK Pit 
. ee HA SRE SR EE, 1 OL, BAER te RZ 
M, eZ A CARE, Bh, oe cere at Fle ELIE, IE BE AR 
Used Warm et. HARE KARUAMER, §, 18894F SREY: at AN Ee 
Hl 42 788 ail] WE By HEE 18904F £19074 fel dk: eae pas pews 
TE Je AH 3 A A Fe HEAR HK Se Ee, ERE Z A, BIER 
Riky MARKS, ree on EBACE AWE, AAA St FE 
“ REAPER AM HOE. PCGS#R 4A Ff fl FRE 48 
Estimate: $60,000-$80,000 
Starting Bid: $30,000 


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30149 Kwangtung. Kuang-hst 50 Cents ND (1890-1905) MS64 





PCGS, Kwangtung mint, KM-Y202, L&M-134. A uniquely 
appealing offering, which appears essentially specimen-like in its 
finish, owing to the glasslike, shimmering quality of its fields and 
sharpness of its strike. Amber and steel-blue color weave together 
seamlessly to the obverse (as holdered), while the reverse face 
displays a decorative tone of gold, silver, and honey, expressed 
with perfect harmonious balance. Simply superb, and a coin that 
neither should nor can be overlooked. 


1890-19054F Fe R43 FE fel TU BE = SRN SRE, MS64 PCGS. 
RGIS. AL SRE, SG, HEL KP. 
HOB TE ARCH FEE RE, REN YRS, HY HES KS eh EL BR i, 
EA eR EO LIRR, PAAR ARER, ATE 
to HI RAE EN — un, ARASH IE 

Estimate: $8,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





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30150 Kwangtung. Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1890-1908) MS64 PCGS, 


Kwangtung mint, KM-Y203, L&M-133, Kann-26a. Stellar for the 
type, with a light dusting of silver tone laid gently upon surfaces 
that retain their as-struck satiny luster, which careens freely over 
the fields, unobstructed by any meaningful contact or signs of 
handling. The strike leaves little to be desired, as no traces of 
weakness plague the example to either the obverse or reverse. 
A worthy type representative for even the more conditionally 
selective collector, and an offering which borders closely on gem 
preservation. 


1890-19084F RR ie 7 Ae TL BE GBR — ASR, MS64 PCGS. 
RAE. KEINE AF. Fe SRE te a eH RK 
Be, J Fh. SRT AR, PB RR, REG A. ub E 
wtFtGemAW PIT. 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 








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30151 Kwangtung. Kuang-hsti Dollar ND (1890-1908) MS63 NGC, 


Kwangtung mint, KM-Y203, L&M-133, Kann-26. Struck from 
Heaton dies. A lofty state for this “new” dragon design that 
emerged out of the public outcry against the juxtaposition of 
English and Chinese text on the earlier 1889 issues, and a level 
that can safely be confirmed as towards the upper range of ‘attain- 
able’ quality, the population report at NGC recorded a bottleneck 
of examples ranking much finer. While showcasing a heavy 
cartwheel effect over the surfaces, a clear watery finish is still 
detectable, providing an added air of quality and choice preserva- 
tion. 


1890-19084 Rie 4 HSB _ DSR, MS63 NGC. 
RAs. BH Ie CRG. 8 894F FR a RA HR AE 
BE SE GAR AI, LRAE LIEK BT ESRF RS. ULB 
484 HAE LL ATS a AY GR EO RGENGCR ERS, EME 
haz EA OS AER, BREE HILAR, KEMAH. 
RAR ARK RE EE, BEAR NELIE I, 

Estimate: $9,000-$12,000 

Reserve: $9,000 





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30152 Kwangtung. Kuang-hsut Fantasy Tael ND (1904) UNC Details 


(Cleaned) NGC, KM-X Unl. (cf. KM-X15 for 1/2 Tael), Kann- 
F932, WS-Unl. (cf. WS-1349-21 for 1/2 Tael), cf. Wenchao-572 
(for original type), SHI-19. By all indications a very rare issue, 
missing from much of the standard literature, though the exis- 
tence of the same design in 1/2 Tael weight is well known (cf. 
Kann-B35). Portraying the Chinese symbol for longevity flanked 
by double dragons, the design is particularly appealing. For ref- 
erence, we note that a similarly graded piece recently brought 
$24,000 in October. 


190447 eR 38 5 4 70H 3a, UNC Details (Cleaned) 
NGC 


fe 2 £1/2M BES ee eet (BKann-B35) , Pe 
Bo Hee ECE AB A AR Bl EL — 8, Hd SET PB He 
ath CE, ERIE. FASS, HORA OF 
4H EVA$24,000X TRA. 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








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30154 Kwangtung. Hstian-t’ung Dollar ND (1909-1911) MS62 NGC, 
KM-Y206, L&M-138. A laudable type representative exhibiting a 
clear strike, coupled with ample frost within the dragon motif and 
fields absolutely laden with argent luster. Though a few isolated 
and fairly trivial marks may be seen, the eye appeal is arguably 
quite good for the assigned grade, which normally would accom- 
pany notably heavier-handed treatment. 


1909-19114) Rie B IL be — DSR, MS62 NGC. 

(1 ie a et YR, eA REN ap tr, Hi ie Bd SA A BL, JR LR 
HF it. ee AIR, REO EL NERDS Le, we th 
Fel i 2> EI 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30155 Manchurian Provinces. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 33 (1907) XF 
Details (Chopmark Repair) NGC, Fengtien mint, KM-Y212, 
L&M-487, Kann-255, Wenchao-810 (rarity 1 star). One of the 
more elusive general circulation dragon dollar issues, pro- 
duced for the confederation of provinces comprising Fengtien, 
Heilungkiang, and Kirin. Despite the noted repair work and some 
light cleaning in the fields, the coin on the whole retains a strong 
degree of struck detail, further accentuated by a light stone-gray 
tone. 


30153 Kwangtung. Hstian-t’ung Dollar ND (1909-1911) MS63 Ke=E+=e (1907) HRESEKSRAFLR_LDSRE, XE 


PCGS, KM-Y206, L&M-138. Exceedingly brilliant, the open 


faces beaming with blast white radiance against designs rendered 
to precise calculation. Rarely encountered in choice condition, 
with only three examples currently certifying finer across both 
PCGS and NGC out of a combined population of nearly 1,300 
certified. 


1909-191 14 REE BILE GER — A) SRF, MS63 PCGS. 
RAEI, RSA, SHR ATK BH, PCGS 
pe es at 3 Choice Mwy (2 12 RA = 
Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





Details (Chopmark Repair) NGC. . 
KAS, DHT. Lb SEL, & 
{TRER, RHI RGEMK=E. HE RIA HS BOR RD, 
ATTRA VR BEN An Bl, ee A RL 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








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NGC, KM-Pn2, Kann-823. A brilliant gem example of this rare 
nickel pattern, which features radiant, lightly toned fields, consis- 
tently sharp detail, and hardly any distractions to speak of. A very 
rare opportunity to acquire such a fine example of this condition- 
ally challenging type, the finest yet certified across both NGC 
and PCGS. 


RB (1925) aie th oe. MS65 NGC, 
(EY GEM BD BERRA HE, AR RCH AL, 
LPR, HTH. RW MEM FTA TR, NGCR 
PCGSBHA GEA S Hi EEa, ROKR ET 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30157 


Shansi. Republic Yen Hsi-san Fantasy Dollar Year 18 (1929)- 
Dated UNC Details (Obverse Tooled) NGC, KM-X1260, 
Kann-B62, WS-1349-63. An extremely difficult type to locate 
in any sort of meaningful condition, the vast majority having 
been either tooled or otherwise repaired. Even so, uncirculat- 
ed specimens represent a clear outlier in the series, the finest 
straight-graded representatives in the NGC census being a pair of 
AUS58s. From a visual perspective, despite the noted tooling, the 
coin at hand preserves a clearly sound strike with full details. 


RETA (1929) fl Ale & Bee. UNC Details 
(Obverse Tooled) NGC. . 

ZEEE FANE ELE RIS EI BE, BAS BBE, 
AE LATTER UAE tt 7 KET TB, BN Ro, AS Sa a AY AK RS 
Vy ABA Ee AR, NGCAR EF oP tt tic AAU. fie AE TT 
JB, AEG RT YT i 50 2 BY A 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





SINKIANG 





30158 





Sinkiang. Hstian-t’ung “Army Ration” Miscal (Mace) ND 
(1910) UNC Details (Cleaned) NGC, KM-Y3 (1905), L&M- 
826, WS-1306, Hsien-Chang-201. Variety with Chahtai script 
on obverse (reverse as holdered). An intriguing and very rare 
issue, reportedly introduced by the military governor of Sinkiang 
after the establishment of a modernized minting bureau at the 
Shuimogou Machinery Factory outside of Tihwa in 1907, and 
meant to be used as soldiers’ pay. Though we are unclear on 
the designation of this piece as a contemporary imitation on the 
holder, Wenchao does note that these issues ceased to be minted 
after revolution broke out in 1911, perhaps suggesting an associa- 
tion with that period of turmoil. 


19104F #f 48 9 3k — 3%. UNC Details (Cleaned) NGC. 

EB RHEE RM) MIXER. Am ABRAM, 
ARTE A ESHA E1907 LICR, BL aT ABBE 
Jf AL Tin See WL aS, FE rN. BP Nl RE at 
EC, WAC] AC fe PB oe EI, ME OC A PEN A LOK 
4 fie HEE BE, fh eT SL FIG BA 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30159 Sinkiang. Republic Dollar Year 38 (1949) AU55 NGC, Sinkiang 


Pouring Factory mint, KM-Y46.5, L&M-843. Semi-lustrous with 
typical light weakness expressed in areas of the struck design, 
though an attractive, lesser-circulated example of this popular 
issue. 


194945 #38 a ie HR SS SR, AUSS NGC. 

oes OR. ARACEAE TILK. AGE, BEY 
WS ARE, IR RL, RUB, TOR. 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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SZECHUAN 








30160 Szechuan. Kuang-hsti brass Specimen “Ferracute” Pattern 


20 Cents ND (c. 1896/1897) SP62 PCGS, KM-Pn11, Kann-Unl., 
L&M-Unl., WS-Unl., Wenchao-Unl., Chang Foundation-Unl. 
Produced by the Ferracute Machine Company of Bridgeton, New 
Jersey. A famed pattern type, designed by the United States Chief 
Engraver Charles Barber to demonstrate the potential of modern 
minting technology to the government of Szechuan and win a 
contract for supplying the mint in Chengtu. Based very closely 
on the designs of the 1890 Kwangtung coinage, this piece exhib- 
its superb overall detailing and a slightly speckled tone to the 
reverse. Currently, only two pieces rank finer at PCGS. 


1896/1897 4 MLE -BODOHRE 

Ste, SP62 PCGS. 

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BT, VL i A AR SW oe IN) 8 Et LL1890 
BERGE 70 AER. th ts THR ET, a Bid, ae er 

A. PCGSA BR BIT #, aie Tee a 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 





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30161 Szechuan. Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1901-1908) XF40 PCGS, 


KM-Y238, L&M-345. Narrow Face variety. Moderately circu- 
lated and pleasingly toned, notably few marks located over the 
surfaces considering the piece’s prior history in exchange. 


1901-1908 4F 9)! 428 5 Fa 70 Eb HR — APSR. XF40 PCGS. 
ET HE. PRT, RL, A Be LY EV a. 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 











30162 Szechuan. Empress Tzu Hsi Fantasy Dollar ND (c. 1908) 


UNC Details (Obverse Corrosion) NGC, KM-X429, Kann-B27. 
Admitting some peripheral obverse corrosion, as well as a past 
cleaning, this fantasy issue presents itself well nonetheless, its 
outer registers lined in iridescent blue and hazelnut tone to create 
a pleasing visual border for the silvery central regions. A popular 
issue that only seems to be accruing further collector attention. 


190844 9 Jil 428 AEA Je SB Re. UNC Details (Obverse 
Corrosion) NGC. 

(2 TE A BE PE ADL RE EB, HE RSL TS a 
— EH, Ph EVA RT ERS oe, FOR REE. HET 
BY HK FA EPG | EAC He A AY BALI. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








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30163 Szechuan. Republic nickel Pattern 5 Cents Year 14 (1925) AU 


Details (Planchet Flaw) NGC, KM-Unl., L&M-Unl., Kann- 
824, CCC-443, CL-Unl. (cf. CL-SCJ.48 for issue of Year 15), 
Duan-Unl. (cf. Duan-1751-1752; same), HNS-Unl. (cf. HNS- 
0641-0642; same), Hsu-362. An excessively rare pattern or trial 
piece for the 5 Cents design first adopted for the circulation 
coinage of the province of the following year (1926), and sur- 
prisingly undocumented in most major references after Kann 
except for Xu Guan’s Chinese Copper Coins Catalog published 
in 2006. According to our research, only two specimens have 
come to auction in the last 10+ years—a raw piece in the Norman 
Jacobs Collection (struck from the same dies) which brought 
$1600 in 2008, and an XF Details (Surface Hairlines) example 
in the Wa She Wong Collection which brought $9500 in 2010. 
Featuring nearly untouched fields thick with die polish, the 
obverse lamination, or planchet flaw, causing little visual pause. 
From the Maurice Storck Collection 

KR B+ Ae (1925) Bil aie ha RR KF. AU Details 
(Planceht Flaw) NGC. 

WEY BAR, HE 19264F 9) GT NN tT Se. PR 
Tt Fe HE it 2 O06 AF HR BB Sil EET Sek Yb, A TB See EAL IY HR RAL 
Wenn 72. WAKE Ze 4h Be LN, HE TEL RO EE 
Pao Bf AC Se, 48200846 — 8th Bl oe & HE TL a BY — 2h 
ATE OA, Fle BUH A l— AR, VAS 1, COOK TUE KEK, A 
Sh — BUH El SEE EH, XF Detailse¥#M, RMA, 20104 
$9,500 et. AIK KET Sh, BARRA, 2 
BIR RTD SM HA EH OBL 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








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30164 Szechuan. Republic 50 Cents Year 1 (1912) MS63 PCGS, 


KM-Y455, L&M-367. A radiant example with free-flowing argent 
luster spotted with areas of gentle charcoal tone. Scarcely seen 
much finer, as indicated by the PCGS census, which shows only 
some examples graded MS64, but none higher. 


RB 7G4F (1912) Be 28) SR" HA. MS63 PCGS. 

KER EAI, GRICE PS bd be te 7 do HH EY Al KB 
¥, PCGSK BREE ASS BBE MS6 4 at MY lS 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30165 Szechuan-Tibet. Kuang-hst Fantasy Dollar ND MS64+ 


NGC KM-X440, Kann-B29, WS-1349-45. A fantastic fantasy 
type, closely modeled off the Tibetan Rupees used in trade with 
Szechuan. Capturing upon all the beauty of its prototype, though 
in a level of detail simply never seen for those issues, the coin at 
hand pairs a razor-sharp level of execution with a soft salt-gray 
surface luster to stunning visual effect. Currently ranking as 
the finest certified by virtue of its “plus” grade, we note that the 
Damkoehler specimen, the previous finest we had handled, was 
an MS64 and brought $3824 in our December 2015 sale. 


PY )1| ar 3 et be Re, MS64+ NGC, 

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AY IBA RARE IEA, FARA BUR. BAL, 
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MS644, 201544124 HyqH Se FU$3 824% TE Ht. 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 





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TATWAN 





Excessively Rare Bi Pao Military Ration Dollar 
1D = SS 





30166 Taiwan. Bi Pao Military Ration “Sumi Calligraphy Brushes” 
Dollar ND (1853) AU Details (Chopmarked) NGC, Tainan 
mint(?), KM-C25-5 (Rare; 1862), L&M-325, Kann-4 (1862), 
WS-1002, Wenchao-182 (rarity 3 stars). With “Ku” (Treasury) 
stamp. Issued by General Tai Chou-chung. An excessively rare 
type within this already challenging military ration series, and 
one which we’ve been able to locate only two other examples of 
appearing at auction in the past decade. Produced during an upris- 
ing in Fung Shan contemporaneous with the Taiping Rebellion for 
military expenditures, surprisingly little seems to be recorded for 
the history of this Bi Pao type; while Wenchao suggests a similar 
rarity between this and the Ju-I “Lotus” Dollars, and Kann 
had four in his collection, both Lin and Ma and the //lustrated 
Catalogue of Chinese Gold & Silver Coins record a much higher 
value for this type, a fact support by its absence from the Chang 
Foundation collection. Both Kann and the Standard Catalog of 
World Coins suggest a date around 1862, though more recent 
Chinese scholarship places alongside the emissions of Li Shek 
and Lin Kung. While these Taiwanese emissions come univer- 
sally chopmarked, the offering loses little of its underlying detail 
to this process, with a distinctive increase in the sharpness of the 
devices as one moves outwards from the centers. The only other 
sales record we can draw the potential bidder’s attention to is an 
XF Details piece which brought $45,000 in April 2012. 


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Estimate: $15,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 


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Laudable Military Ration Dollar 
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30167 Taiwan. Ju-I Military Ration “Lotus” Dollar ND (1853) XF 
Details (Corrosion, Scratches) NGC, Tainan mint, KM-C25- 
4 (Rare), L&M-323, Kann-2, WS-1001, Wenchao-178 (rarity 3 
stars). Issued by Lin Kung. Struck for use as military payment 
during the 1853 uprising and an earlier issue, which, like its other 
peers, saw extensive use in commerce, as indicated by the chop- 
marks visible over its surfaces. This example is of commendable 
quality for this usually very crude type, with both the obverse 
and reverse devices retaining an admirable clarity of detail only 
minorly impacted by the aforementioned chopmarking. This 
cannot be said of most survivors, which are often so chopmarked 
as to require closer examination to discern their original designs. 
The noted scratches on the obverse appear quite old and nicely 
toned over, minimizing their impact, while the noted corrosion 
similarly appears of bare minimum consequence to the strong eye 
appeal. A deep tone serves to heighten the aesthetic qualities of 
the piece, which should arguably be experienced in hand for a full 
sense of appreciation. 


18534 48% Zt, XF Details (Corrosion, Scratches) 


NGC, 

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FER ELAR ONE LE ee, 

Estimate: $12,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $6,000 








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30168 Taiwan. Republic gold 2000 Yuan Year 55 (1966) MS65 PCGS, 
KM-Y544, Fr-17, L&M-1042. A lustrous golden gem example of 
the type. AGW 0.8987 oz. 


ceils (1966) #4 28 Me /\ KE EAE. MS65 
KREARELE. SA 0 9087K 4. 


Estimate: $1,500-$1,700 
Starting Bid: $750 





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30169 Tibet. Theocracy 1/2 Rupee ND (1904-1912) VF30 PCGS, 
KM-Y2, L&M-361. A well-circulated example of this sought-after 
type showing steel-hued patination and accents of darker tone that 
concentrate in depth within the ornamental reverse border. 


1904-1912 4 0)l| 4381/2 SRE. VF30 PCGS. | 
oo We SRY BR SRR IG. EK ZR 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Reserve: $1,000 





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Fascinating Tibetan Off-Metal Srang Set 
LH EL a Re FEN We Ll ef Py tix 











30170 Tibet. Theocracy 6-Piece Off-Metal “Pattern” 20 Srang Set, 
1) silver 20 Srang BE 15-54 (1920) - MS64 NGC, cf. Rhodes 
Collection-Lot 477, WS-0187 (same dies) 

2) silver 20 Srang BE 15-54 (1920) - MS61 NGC, cf. T.A.R.N.S.-1- 
197a 

3) brass 20 Srang BE 15-54 (1920) - MS64 NGC 

4) copper 20 Srang BE 15-54 (1920) - MS63 Brown NGC, cf. 
Gabrisch-136 (different dies), cf. Rhodes Collection-Lot 478 

5) lead 20 Srang BE 15-52 (1918) - UNC, 26mm. 4.90gm. 

6) lead 20 Srang BE 15-52 (1918) - UNC, 26mm. 5.63gm. 


KM-Unl., L&M-Unl., Kann-Unl., YZM-Unl. All with dot in 
the center of the reverse. A relatively enigmatic set of off-metal 
strikes, whose exact origins and reasons for production remain 
elusive to us. While Rhodes and Gabrisch suggested that such 
off-metal strikes represented later imitations or “gift pieces” 
from around the 1930s, the examples included in their collections 
appear to have been produced from different dies than the present 
specimens, and neither mentioned brass or lead pieces. Kann 
cited silver strikings of the gold 20 Srang as “either an essay, or 


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else a ‘mint sport’”, and we note that the Tibet Autonomous Region 
Numismatic Society (Xi zang zi zhi ou qian bi xue hui) has published 
a Silver specimen struck from very similar dies to the second coin in 
this set. Mr. Shi Xinbiao of the Shanghai Museum has also put forth 
that these coins were struck at the Luodui gold mint—the center 
of production for the gold 20 Srangs in Lhasa—though this point 
seems to still be open to debate. Each of the first four pieces here 
included displays a very similar die style, close to, but not an exact 
match for the circulation issue gold 20 Srang, with only some slight 
deviations in the engraving of the eight auspicious Buddhist symbols 
between specimens. The two lead pieces, on the other hand, repre- 
sent an entirely different lion design from that seen elsewhere. 


Due to flourishing commerce in the early 20th century, use of 
gold in Tibet had greatly expanded during the early Republic. As 
the region at the time still possessed no gold mint of its own, and 
in conjunction with rising market demands, in 1918 the Tibetan 
government established the Luotui gold mint in Lhasa to oversee 
the minting of a new 20 Srang gold coin based on the standard of 
the Indian Tola. While these coins were produced for four years 
between 1918 and 1921, their relatively high value in terms of silver 
(around 30 Taels per Srang) ultimately proved impractical, leading 
to a suspension in their mintage after 1921. 


Sold as is, no returns. 


Ex. Ma Dingxiang Collection (Beijing Poly Auction December 2011, 
Lot 8922) (Total: 6 coins) 


Vo Fe Bl BA, —S NK. 

1) BE 15-54 (19204F) —1 WSR te - MS64 NGC, # 
Rhodes 4x #8 A 7-H 3% 477, WS-0187 (tHe te B): 

2) BE 15-54 (192044) —+ 42 BHR - MS61 NGC, # 
T.A.R.N.S.-1-197a: 

3) BE 15-54 (19204F) = i aie tk - MS64 NGC: 

4) BE 15-54 (192044) = Wh a A eR *- MS63 Brown NGC, 
at & BlGabrisch-136 (AHA), HARIRhodestk i A 7-4 oH 
A478; 

5) BE 15-52 (191844) —-- yah BK #- UNC, 262k, 24.90%: 
6) BE 15-52 (19184¢) —+Ay4l ARIE UNC, 262K, 5.63%: 


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Estimate: $50,000-$70,000 
Starting Bid: $25,000 





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30171 


Yunnan. Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1908) AUS5 PCGS, KM-Y254, 
L&M-418, Kann-166. A much more attractive specimen than is 
often encountered for the type, and one that is more often seen 
well-circulated. While light evidence of circulation exists, this 
is relatively evenly distributed across the higher points of the 
design, leaving the fields remarkably luminous. 


1908472 ik 6 70 be SR, AUSS PCGS. 
RAF AR ARR, FLA AEB) Bt Sc ETRY Te a TAL, BE A 
TA Sig A RA BE AIL, ARRAS SE, FOCI. 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30172 


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Yunnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar ND (1908) XF40 PCGS, KM-Y254, 
L&M-418. Strikingly bold, the raised features decorated 1n accen- 
tuating charcoal toning accents against a backdrop of steel-hued 
fields that glisten alluringly under light. 


19084F E aie 76 TU SR — SR, XF4O PCGS. 

REN PR WR, 3S HL AY Tel OCIS EA ax LE BE A, SLSR SR JR AAC ek AF 
HAS tho AKAGI FE. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30173 


30174 


Yunnan. Republic Dollar ND (1911-1922) AU55 NGC, 
KM-Y258.1, L&M-421. 4 Circles Below Pearl variety. Benefitting 
from an exacting strike to the central motifs, a sharp rim border- 
ing the open faces to provide an imposing visual border. Only 
light wisps of handling scattered across the flan indicate circu- 
lation, the raised features very nearly retaining their complete 
sharpness. 


1911-19124F 2 ie Hb CH RA SRY, AUSS NGC, 

ot ERAS, FEAT AGE. IE ACHE A eT ARE, eK 
Yer Fit RA), AE Far RM RFE OG Dae A A Gk BIR OI, ELAN AEA 5 
RE, STOUR. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





Yunnan. Republic 1/2 Tael ND (1943-1944) MS62 PCGS, 
KM-X1la (under French Indo-China), L&M-434, Lec-322. Struck 
for use in French Indo-China. Handsomely executed, some light 
haymarking present on the obverse while a dabbling of orange 
tone highlights the peripheries. Die polish is still detectable 
beneath the scattered contact marks that bound the grade. 


1943-19444F 2 BF - IESK. MS62 PCGS. 

PE OE BESS SE IE. BAR, BARE, 
(EAB Bat, RH RAB 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30175 





Yunnan. Republic 1/2 Tael ND (1943-1944) MS62 PCGS, 
KM-X1la (under French Indo-China), L&M-434, Lec-322. A 
radiant and blast white offering conveying sweeping cartwheel 
luster and bold visual presentation. A popular issue that witnesses 
significant attention in uncirculated condition. 


1943-19444 2 iB FF IESR. MS62 PCGS, 

FAECES, WF Be OR is, REN a HA, ut EL A, BAA 
AY m4, Gam KAY Bl Set BR 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30176 








Yunnan. Republic 1/2 Tael ND (1943-1944) AUS5 PCGS, 
KM-X1la (under French Indo-China), L&M-434, Lec-322. Only 
light circulated, the surfaces showing scattered friction and wisps 
of handling, the devices retaining their boldness and near-com- 
plete definition throughout. 


1943-19444 2 8 B-FAIESR. AUSS PCGS, 
Lilian Geer pit Cee ee ee 
HSA SR. PERN KSA, SOX SRREH, 
Estimate: $900-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 








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Stunning Set of Patterns for the Iconic “Opium” Taels of Yunnan from the Engraver’s Collection 


HELI AD RAI - SAME | AR A Aa OAL S 





30177 Yunnan. Republic 3-Piece Certified Specimen Essai Set ND 
(1943-1944) PCGS, 
1) 1/2 Tael (1/2 Bya) - SP61, KM-X Unl., L&M-Unl., Maz-Unl., 
Gad-Unl., Lec-321 (2 examples know; this coin) 
2) Uniface 1/2 Tael (1/2 Bya) - SP64, KM-X Unl., L&M-Unl., 
Maz-Unl., Gad-Unl., Lec-321a (Unique; this coin) 
3) Tael (Bya) - SP62, KM-X Unl., L&M-Unl., Maz-Unl., Gad- 
Unl., Lec-323 (2 examples known; this coin cited) 


Hanoi mint. Plain edge. By René Mercier. A fantastically rare 
set of essais that helped shape one of the most iconic issues of 
French-Chinese opium trade. Reflecting deeply the impact of 
foreign colonial interests across the geography of southeast Asia 
in the aftermath of the Opium Wars, these particular designs 
were commissioned by the French customs authorities (Doanes et 
Régies) in 1943 in an effort to maintain a monopoly on the trade 
in French Indo-China. Having discovered that the rural popula- 
tions of the mountains in Yunnan would only accept payments 
in silver coins, the newly created Opium Purchasing Bureau 
contacted René Mercier to produce designs for a 1/2 and | Tael 
pieces, with the adopted pattern featuring the Chinese character 
Fu (‘wealth’) in Art déco style on the obverse, and Chinese and 
Burmese text on the reverse, reading “Genuine Silver, | (or 1/2) 
Tael”. Stemming from the engraver’s own collection, the selec- 
tions on offer here veritably represent a unique opportunity for 
students and collectors of this fascinating era in Chinese and 
colonial European history—with Lecompte confirming that 1-2 
pieces are known per pattern. In the case of Lec-321 the other is 
in the D. Cariou collection, the other of Lec-323 also coming from 
Mercier’s holdings and now residing in a private collection. 


Ex. Numismatica Genevensis “30 Years” Sale (Auction 10, 
December 2018, Lots 237-239); Numismatica Genevensis Auction 
8 (November 2014, Lots 425-427); René Mercier Collection (nos. 
205-207) (Total: 3 coins) 


1943-19444 2 8 7H GRR —B=t. PCGSHR. 


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BEM IER ARR - SP64 PCGS (Le0t# 4) : 
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Estimate: $30,000-$50,000 

Starting Bid: $15,000 





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30178 


Yunnan. Republic Tael ND (1943-1944) MS62 NGC, KM-X2 
(French Indo-China), Kann-940, L&M-433, Lec-324. Struck for 
use in French Indo-China. Exceedingly radiant, with a fluid cart- 
wheeling luster matched by the presence of softly dressed silver 
and peach tone to culminate in strong aesthetic appeal. A couple 
of light knocks are noted to the lower obverse rim. 


1943472 i BP IESR. MS62 NGC. | 

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Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30179 





Yunnan. Republic Tael ND (1943-1944) MS62 NGC, KM-X3 
(under French Indo-China), L&M-435, Lec-325. Small stag head 
type. Struck for use in French Indo-China. A type that simply 
does not frequently become available in Mint State, owing largely 
to its popularity and use as payment for troops in French Indo- 
China. Light handling bounds the assigned grade, but does little 
to break the coin’s prevalent luster. 


1943-1944 4F S By fe BIE SR—TY. MS62 NGC. 

ANI BR, EIR JR EN Se Bb te JL. BE HE PT 
ART, WARN OS SB. EGU IS B PR, (LE 
10 Feith bE. 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30180 





Republic Yuan Shih-kai 10 Cents Year 3 (1914) MS64 NGC, 
KM-Y326, L&M-66. Luminous with bright argent luster, this 
representative displays abundant eye appeal and only a stray sign 
of contact on the obverse that precludes a full gem designation. 


RB =F 1914) RH OURS Ask MS64 NGC, 
AeRGLE, MRUUSHRER IY, PEE ERED 
BEER EY IOS, EIR ll YG eH Gem aM. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 








30181 





Republic “Dragon & Phoenix” 10 Cents Year 15 (1926) MS63 
PCGS, KM-Y334, L&M-83. A highly appealing example reveal- 
ing airy silver patination and a light tinge of peach tone to either 
side. Covetable so choice, the ample, clear luster of the piece 
pointing to an impressive level of preservation indeed. 


RE +i (1926) Fe Jae ASR, MS63 PCGS, 

TEARS] AB, EM AAA SR OC, PA AB Ae RR LE 
Ya EY CESAR. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30182 





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Republic Yuan Shih-kai 50 Cents Year 3 (1914) XF40 PCGS, 
KM-Y328, L&M-64. Decorated in a silty and lightly mottled 
silver patina against an expression of lustrous depth radiating 
from underneath. Circulation evidence appears on the lighter side 
for the assigned grade, rendering the offering an example worthy 
of close consideration. 


RB =F (1914) sett SL Sk, XF40 PCGS. 

Wa ESM, RACE. DLR OMS, MOREE, MBL 
Ee, 1 RK A I 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





30183 





Republic Yuan Shih-kai 50 Cents Year 3 (1914) XF Details 
(Cleaned) NGC, KM-Y328, L&M-64. Relatively lightly circulat- 
ed, with a balanced patina that has developed after a likely more 
distant past cleaning. A widely collected type when encountered 
in better preservation. 


RA = (1914) RH SLR ASR, XF Details (Cleaned) 


NGC, 

AB AEA hi, BHAA. RRARNAK, mL 
BFA AFA BETZ 0 

Estimate: $700-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30185 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Lower Five-Pointed Stars” Dollar ND 





(1912) AUS55 NGC, Nanjing mint, KM-Y319, L&M-42, Kann- 
603, WS-0085, Wenchao-847 (rarity 3 stars). Variety with lower 
five-pointed stars on reverse. Delightfully toned in interweav- 
ing hues of steel, silver, and gunmetal over surfaces that appear 
delightfully glassy underneath. Such sharp eye appeal is rarely 
seen in any circulated specimens of this issue, even ones as lightly 
traded as this offering. 


1912F A+ wy RAL Ss A I BIR). AUS5 NGC. 
HRM, HG, He ORS EIEN, BES 
us RE, EAR MBAS PL. IR, LS Ee 
aici 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30184 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Lower Five-Pointed Stars” Dollar ND 
(1912) MS64 NGC, Nanjing mint, KM-Y319, L&M-42, Kann- 
603, WS-0085, Wenchao-847 (rarity 3 stars). Variety with lower 
five-pointed stars on reverse. Commemorating the Birth of the 
Republic. An exceptional offering that pushes the very boundar- 
ies of visual quality for its assigned grade designation. Satiny and 
deeply lustrous, the surfaces possess an almost three-dimensional 
depth, while a warm peach hue lies over these, joined by a pro- 
found rainbow iridescence to provide a crowning aesthetic touch 
to either side. A superior coin in every sense. 


191247 34+ ih RP BAC & A CF ERI © MS64 NGC. 
HRS, ORRLE. CORBA, RAIRPERD Ree 
ARE RE Te, ORR, PRP ESM 
EE, REGREREEN DO, AWA T RANA. 6 
Hel et BEF HY — 20 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 








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30186 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) AU Details 
(Cleaned) NGC, KM-Y320.2, L&M-44a. Without crossbar in 
“H” of “CHINA”. Lightly circulated and attractively retoned to a 
“target” pattern of rainbow coloration held within the outer ring 
that borders the central features. A popular, lesser-seen type, 
and one that commands a premium when encountered with this 
degree of visual appeal. 


1L912FRTH ARASH. AU Details (Cleaned) 
NGC, 

RAXFH CHINA! #4 UH) FA tee. BUA RE. ET 
i, Sh SLE A AL TEN KA, Te 
G7 FRE MLN fk 20180 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 








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Sublime Gem Republican Dollar 
Ho it aa Fe Bd 2 70 HE, iS Avie 


30187 





Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) MS66 PCGS, 
Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45, Kann-639. A truly sensa- 
tional gem representative of this nearly iconic type, exhibiting 
a quality of preservation that would be the envy of nearly all 
series collectors. Multi-point luster traverses both the obverse and 
reverse surfaces with graceful ease, highlighting fields that are 
remarkably free of handling and absent even a single distraction 
of note. A soft blanket of patination points to a striking original- 
ity, while the symmetrical arrangement of light and color yields a 
visual appeal that proves rare in any coin, and which stands out 
saliently in a type that is much more commonly seen either circu- 
lated or with significant handling. 


19124F 70 He BAL SE. MS66 PCGS. 

iB ui HE #8 BY RB ATR, th Ze FB Be as ME BY om 4 
tran est AGS ra nee eras ZEKE 
Poi A, RW CRRA. RMA, AeA Re EEN 
GRRE a, A, EEL y ie Al Hy Bide BS] 2, WE 7 
keh an OD REAR ES Be RTT 
Estimate: $20,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 





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30188 





Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) MS63 PCGS, 
Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45, Kann-639. A piece of 
impressive technical quality and boasting a fully choice appear- 
ance, the surfaces appear noticeably clean for the issue with a 
wealth of die polish observable under magnification. Fully appre- 
ciable as a type, and worthy of in-hand inspection. 


191257 70H (2 AL SE. ~=MS63 PCGS. 

Be Be 7, mR AWA. Vaal paca 
Ae BSE AIBOR, ELL BORIS PIE, SA ROE 
Estimate: $8,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





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30189 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) MS62 PCGS, 


Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45, Kann-639. A gratifying 
representative of this important Republican issue whose sleek sur- 
faces are heightened in their appeal by the presence of a thin veil 
of silvery tone that evenly graces the planchet. A small handful of 
isolated contact marks are all that preclude a finer grade, render- 
ing the offering a highly collectible example of its type. 


19122-2070 He BA AL Sl. MS62 PCGS. 

Bie 6K. EPMA RAE DIEZ, EAC ie HE A Be 
HK, REAM OME, Lek wea, 1 
He RPA ELH HY, TEAK Hi 

Estimate: $7,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 








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30190 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) AUS8 PCGS, 


Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45, Kann-639. A highly original 
and appealing selection of this widely-targeted issue demonstrat- 
ing steel cabinet tone over still-lustrous surfaces. Only the most 
minimal combination of highpoint wear and friction to the fields 
establishes the grade, while the offering exhibits nothing but 
sound aesthetic quality for the assigned designation. 


1912 7c ALA S A. AU58 PCGS. 
SEW, ER APB, WU RIS ASE: WE Oe 
ALE, (ETE RA DER. REAR AFER, Whi Sal 
i, OM BL Wn AHF 

Estimate: $5,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 


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30191 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) AU50 NGC, 





Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45, Kann-639. Relatively lightly 
circulated, with central silvery luster preserved against a spread 
of emerald, sun-gold and ember-red color residing near the rim. 


19124632 70H RB ALAS Sl. ~AUSO NGC. 

FR Ee TAY BRS OY I, PR ROE RD Ee I a, BR 
Le ie 2 RE SL AL ELK 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 











30192 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) AU Details 


(Chopmarked) NGC, Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45, 
Kann-639. Graced with a lovely silver and steel patina that lends 
marked originality and visual balance, this overlying surfaces 
that retain strong highlights of glowing mint luster. Only small 
chopmarks result in the assigned Details designation. 


191247 28 70 RO AL Sl. AU Details (Chopmarked) 
GC 


NGC, 

SEHR. SEN, HL, LICE A, 
TE eB Sa AI Ne HE 1 Fe) EM 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








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Visually Superb 3/4-Facing Pattern Dollar 
YF |-ooe| REARS At 





30193 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Pattern Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS63 
NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Pn32, L&M-72, Kann-643, WS-0166, 
Wenchao-858 (rarity 3 stars). By L. Giorgi. Ranking as an elite 
rarity within the Republic of China dollar series, the Yuan Shih- 
kai pattern dollar of 1914 remains an elusive object of desire for 
the majority of even the most advanced collectors. Appearances 
on auction are relatively rare, and despite being a pattern, many 
surviving examples underwent circulation, with the result that 
locating a well-preserved specimen proves highly challenging. 
And yet, this choice example carries the prestige of its conditional 
preservation further still, its visual appeal arguably exceeding 
its assigned choice certification. The surfaces retain a lustrous, 
inviting glow, overlaid with a rich yet balanced patina that inter- 
mingles metallic and soft lilac tones, yielding an appearance 
that simultaneously reveals its age while preserving a mint fresh 
countenance that proves covetable in hand. While minute wisps 
of handling are observed, even these minor instances remain faint 
and isolated, resulting in a very clean appearance when care- 
fully rotated and inspected under good light. Connoisseurs of the 
Chinese Republican series will be intimately familiar with the 
widely collected side-facing Yuan Shih-kai issues, a ubiquitous 
type that is only growing in popularity, and one which is arguably 
an icon of the wider Chinese numismatic series, similar to the 
Morgan or Peace Dollar in the American series. A pattern thereof, 
then, with its unique, 3/4-facing bust of the Chinese political 
leader, must be considered of the highest interest and desirability. 
A fleeting opportunity to own this exceptional pattern dollar, 
an immense representative of its issue, sharply struck, bold, and 
visually compelling. 


RE =F (1914) RH BRS Baht. MS63 NGC. 

KE WR. BEE 2. RAT POL TUR. 1914 
Fe tt DLR | oar Ie J ZAGREEER, TERR. Be! “e 
HE, BAB AMAIA T ALR AL, eee ET 
fh, RAS BONIS AT ARIEL OR, SLE AR RE 2 eT, 
HELE RDSAUZ WEAR. Ee caas BASE Tit 
HESEEARRIT GES ARRAY, SAB, “be 
We, ALBEE, MAR, ares 2 4, 
1 6 CRLEB CIE, OC I SUAAS, 44 
lee ee Ot ces egrets ws ceca | 
FE, BER AR, 7 ail BSR FR A, HULA ESE BSR 
CER AI Ae EH AI, EL HF A A EL SCH 
TUR SRIE, AN ABD Ae KR RHE UR GR, Fe, 
85 ET He. OR, BEA SAE 
PAN BAR, HERA TA, RAPER BBN, Wh 
REN IRISEA), SILA, EAT. 

Estimate: $100,000-$150,000 

Starting Bid: $50,000 


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L. Giorgi-Signed Pattern Dollar 
IL. Giorgit FI RRR Se BR 





30194 Republic Yuan Shih-kai “L. Giorgi” Pattern Dollar Year 3 
(1914) MS61 NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Pn33, L&M-73, Kann- 
643a, WS-0167, Wenchao-859 (rarity 4 stars). Obverse featuring 
3/4 facing bust of Yuan Shih-kai with “L. Giorgi” over the shoul- 
der at 4 o’clock. An important variety of the 1914 Yuan Shih-kai 
pattern type bearing the name of engraver Luigi Giorgi. The 
offering conveys indisputable Mint State appeal, its sleek surfaces 
glistening with silvery lustrous brilliance, a pale gold obverse 
peripheral tone and a gentle reverse patina contributing a sense 
of age and originality to the piece. Absent any larger signs of 
handling or contact, the specimen reveals only unobtrusive minor 
hairlines to establish the assigned grade, a fact that culminates in 
a sharp visual allure when considered against the lustrous quality 
and balanced appeal of the piece overall. A standout representa- 
tive of the Chinese Republic pattern series, one which is unlikely 
to go overlooked as it continues to ascend in popularity alongside 
other major Chinese rarities of the period. 


ret ee Rit DR & aR tx IL. Giorgist ik | 
EMA tae RHR. GTA LA EI BL Giorgi x 
HE. 1OI4FRH SR PR RBA, ET HHRE IK, D 
See, RELPRE, RAZERRE IR, SOCMIE MOM, Y 
WIN — eS Re L,I 
Ro MAREE ABR, AS AES IRA BU, Tet aE 4% Br. 
Hen, ROR SP ERA, BEAR, PERM 
TED SE, MBL ut ABE tA SESE, JE LN 
Estimate: $30,000-$50,000 

Starting Bid: $15,000 








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30195 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Obverse Lamination 


Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS64 PCGS, KM-Y329, L&M-63. An 
impressive grade for this type in general, and certainly above 
the majority of certified examples, the noted obverse lamination 
appearing extremely minor and unobtrusive to the coin’s overall 
eye appeal. 


RE =F (1914) RH SUR SSR, SH HEM. MS64 PCGS, 
AER IE MH A, BARIL ARS OPO EE, TE A BF 
Ab Fag BY BIE BY BE HS BL EG] 9 2 B/S EL BE ABER AE ee PLY 
fel BE a FR BS 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








30196 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS63 NGC, 


KM-Y329, L&M-63. Marked by a gratifying multi-point frost- 
white luster, which takes on a pleasing and intense fluidity to the 
reverse, the surfaces overall lightly and attractively toned. 


RA =4F (1914) Hoe S@ ASR", MS63 NGC. 
[eee HHEEZAARE SS. PSH, HAM 


Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 
Starting Bid: $600 











30197 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Military Issue” Dollar Year 3 (1914) 
MS63 NGC, cf. KM-Y329 (for original issue), L&M-63 (same), 
Kann-646 (same). Military/Warlord Issue. A Mint State example 
of this typically crude later production, highly desired by collec- 
tors in better conditional states, and rarely seen in this condition. 
Only light scattered signs of handling limit the assigned grade, 
with freshly lustrous, argent surfaces confirming the high level of 
care in preservation recognized by NGC. 


RE =4F (1914) 2 wR Se SK, MS63 NGC. 

BK. AIR ee RAR, Se KRW SAF 
BR. LKR AME, RARE, HALA EG AEA. 
FSR IC LI, CREEL, FL OF i HP NGC FT 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30198 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914)-O MS62 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.4, L&M-63C, Kann-648. Variety with weak O in left 
loop of ribbon and triangle Yuan. A strikingly Mint State offering 
for this better subvariety of the prolific 1914 date, a light scatter- 
ing of bagmarks noted over the obverse, though this is quickly 
offset by heavy die polish and resplendent luster in the reverse 
fields. 


KB =4F (1914-0) HE aUR SSR, MS62 PCGS. . 
OK, =A. Fe RK ut 7, AMR BY — Fe. 1914 4F TK Gl BEAT RR 
SZ, Wika AS. ROSA, OR a, AZ 
TERM It AR 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30199 Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Military Issue” Dollar Year 3 (1914) 





AU58 NGC, cf. KM-Y329 (for original issue), L&M-63 (same). 
Military/Warlord Issue. A cruder imitation of the original 1914 
Yuan Shih-kai Dollar, likely produced in the early 1930s by the 
Chinese Communist party, and a rarer type that only occasionally 
appears on auction as compared to the more common original 
strikings. Light friction and highpoint rub indicate only brief 
circulation, while the presence of finer features, such as Yuan 
Shih-kai’s hair strands, reveal an impressive degree of preserva- 
tion for this conditionally challenging type. 


Ra =F (1914) Ria S ASR. SRK. AUS8 NGC. 

7 She 77 TH LU BBN 1914 Ae ae ELE HS HLS, ART fH 2 E1930 
FEAR 60H He REN), SEC LEN Ue See AL Fe 7A BN ak VE 1 
HH Bol, ETH BES Wt ARH Bk RR IR A Ti iE RA 7S BY Sa 3, 
FE IL BE IR Ae EN A Cre AL HE GB BY PRA AK RS 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30200 Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Plumed Hat” Dollar Year 3 (1914) 


MS62+ NGC Tientsin mint, KM-Y322, L&M-858, Kann-642. 
A type not often encountered with so frosty and crisp an appear- 
ance, a strong underlying backlight giving a warm and slightly 
glassy finish to the surfaces, a feature which quickly makes its 
“plus” designation fully understandable. Quite nearly possessing 
the appeal of a finer coin, and an incredibly handsome type speci- 
men. 


1914 4F 2 tt RH AUAL A & ASR, MS62+ NGC. 

ABR, BARRA, FRIAR EM. RAE 
EGE, HLA, BLD, Whee RAE EON 
BT, 4B Rl. 

Estimate: $9,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $4,500 








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30201 Republic Yuan Shih-Kai “Plumed Hat” Dollar Year 3 (1914) 


MS62 NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Y322, L&M-858, Kann-642, 
WS-0094. Issued to commemorate the Founding of the Republic. 
Typically a rather ubiquitous, though no less popular, entry in the 
Republican silver dollar series, the coin at hand instantly makes 
its viewers pause—the rims and edge denticles alike are sharply 
raised and boldly defined against smoky surfaces that continue 
to emit an enchanting underlying luster. Seemingly a very nearly 
choice specimen, and one worthy of close bidder consideration as 
such. 


1914 AF tH RH AALS & ASR, MS62 NGC. 
KEE, ALEVE TRS, ROAR PE 
SCY 7, KG Te ae ER EE Oe RR, 
AES RM LIES B.A RRS, (aT AX 
Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








30202 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Double Struck in Collar 


“Plumed Hat” Dollar Year 3 (1914) AU55 PCGS, Tientsin 
mint, KM-Y322, L&M-858, Kann-642. Generally not a type that 
is found with serious minting or engraving errors, as compared 
to, for instance, the Li Yuan-hung and Memento Dollar series, 
with the offering showing clear doubling toward the left of Yuan 
Shih-kai’s bust and in the central characters on the reverse. For 
the collector’s reference, Kann recorded a similar error to the L. 
Giorgi-signed pattern of this type, which showed distinct dou- 
bling in the eyes (Kann-642d). 


Da lok, |e) sete AUSS 
KEE WL, LTE Be i RIA (4A 8 a 
FOF RS, Me Fete LR AE BN Se HEE ST], DAL Se Se 
WF, EERA, RK AED EERE MEH, Pe 
EP XT LEM. KRY EL. Giorgist FRE BRU 
SHEE, CAEL IE. 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 








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30203 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Restrike “Plumed Hat” Dollar Year 
3 (1914)-Dated (1918) MS62 NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Y322.1, 
L&M-858, Kann-642. Restruck in 1918 for collectors. An issue 
which clearly points to the rampant popularity of the original 
1914 Plumed Hat Dollars even amongst their contemporaries, and 
which, in fact, proves to be no less sought-after among collectors 
down to the present day. Struck with ample detail and delicate die 
polish in the fields, presently only two pieces grade finer at NGC. 


LOLA ER tt URAL SSR, 12 EK. MS62 NGC 
RHEE WOR. H19 18-46 ASR DEI JA, HAE ae My BaD 
19144 BMRA RASA RAN, TER LB 
BIR, EMI BUR AR HR IZ EF RAB A EN PR TF ZO, AREY 
4a, ERIZENGCR AM Ett BE 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








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Near Choice Plumed Hat Rarity from the ANS Collection 
ANS BS 95 5 @ 1 40 GE HRA HE IR 


30204 


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Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Plumed Hat” Dollar ND (1916) MS62 
NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Y332, L&M-942, Kann-663, WS-0097. 
Struck for the inauguration of Yuan Shih-kai as Emperor Hung- 
hsien. A definitively sharp and appealing rendition of this popular 
commemorative that would have provoked outrage at the time of 
its issuance for Yuan Shih-kai’s renewal of the Empire. Awash 
with a prominent antique tone and watery finish that appear to 
confirm its stemming from an old collection, the coin on the 
whole possesses a strong visual allure that seems to exceed its 
technical grade. Despite minor surface handling that bounds the 
designation, die polish lines are still visible across the surfaces. 
Ex. ANS Museum Duplicate (Acquisition date 1937) 


191646 tH DRE SH BE AL UR. MS62 NGC, 

AAG WR ACR BLE LBL EIA A 2 0TH SH CE EN A 
AARAAM EA, SER HUER R Al, REP, eae 
TARZAN LARGO ERA, KHOR, Fo i 
HE, OADM, LR EX, EROS, REE 
RGIS, SRE HE Re, 

HEL: ANS 2 Bl ask 22-181 49 EK ik, C193 7F EF) 

Estimate: $18,000-$22,000 

Starting Bid: $9,000 





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30206 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Fantasy Dollar Year 1 (1916) UNC 
Details (Cleaned) NGC, KM-X1365, Kann-B45, WS-1349-33. 
A fairly scarce fantasy type, depicting Yuan Shih-kai as Emperor 
Hung-hsien, dressed in traditional robes. Currently only the third 
example of the issue we have handled, and one that is markedly 
difficult outside of details grades, with a halo of cobalt and russet 
tones at the margins creating a unique visual appearance. 


HST (1916) RHA Bl BALA Se Re, UNC Details 
(Cleaned) NGC. . 

ME FD BY A, EY Ay SHE IL OP Ae SR. RH 
PURE SH WANE te, RRA i, BU 
Te iy BTC gE eH ERE AY BLE PL 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





30205 Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Plumed Hat” Dollar ND (1916) 
AU58 NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Y332, L&M-942, Kann-663. 
Struck for the inauguration of Yuan Shih-kai as Emperor Hung- 
hsien. One of the most coveted emissions of the Republican 
“portrait” dollar series, and a type which always excels in demand 
as it approaches Mint State, the current representative carrying a 
markedly precise strike alongside glassy fields punctuated by a 
mottling of iridescent color. 


191646 3 tt BUR SE 7 BARE AL USK, AUS8 NGC. 
Ae, ARH ML AR i ot te. A BLE RL A 
FH eK SE HER KAZ, TBE OER AR RG BY BF OR RE 
EBC REN RU, S56 TE JRA, SE GE HH HF BB BY EBLE 
Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








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30207 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) MS64 PCGS, 


KM-Y329.6, L&M-76, Kann-665, WS-0180-1. Variety with dot 
in nien not connected. Fantastically covetable condition for this 
key date in the series, with PCGS’s population report recording 
only 4 pieces in MS64+ and one in MS65 out of 2,840 currently 
certified. Lavishly overlaid with a thick sheen of satin texture that 
intensifies on the reverse, while a cool mottling of tone colors the 
peripheries, it seems hardly an exaggeration to say that this coin 
could quite easily be seen with a higher grade. 


RE/\4F 1919) HBR S BSR. MS64 PCGS. 

[AE | Pa ae REE, Hy AT BY BSE AE ot. PCCSR AEE BY 
PrePIN2 8402804, (1274 aca 4 Be fey BYMS64 +4—2cMS65, et 
HELL, Sh AB eT UR I HY AC TaD CHE, SKLAR dE Se, ARR 
18 Zl Rea KA. 

Estimate: $7,000-$9,000 
Starting Bid: $3,500 








30208 Republic Dollar Yuan Shih-kai Year 8 (1919) AUS8 PCGS, 


— + = = — 





KM-Y329.6, L&M-76, Kann-665. Variety with dot in nien not 
connected. Quite appealing as a representative of this better date, 
with the piece of the whole seeming very close to Mint State, and 
the reverse carrying a plethora of die polish lines. 


RB/\4F (1919) ste SR ESR, AUS8 PCGS. 
[4e | ar RE TE. BRN AE, AR Re RK et, 
7 Hl RAR BR 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 
Starting Bid: $750 








30209 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) XF45 PCGS, 


KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. A gratifying circulated example revealing 
streaks of sunset-tinged russet tone against battleship gray sur- 
faces. 


RBI/\4E (1919) StH SRS SRE. XF4S PCGS. 

oe Ag CLF HOE BRE, BLO KER, 
Ny! s 

eee $800-$1,200 


No Minimum Bid 








30210 





Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) XF45 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. Silver-toned with palpable traces of residu- 
al luster and deep charcoal accents that grip the reverse devices to 
emboldening effect. 


RBl/\4F 1919) SUR & ASR, XF45 PCGS, 

ee SRIC LH, SWE OREAM, DEY Se, 
Ft te eR TR, FER RS, 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





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30211 





Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 9 (1920) MS66 PCGS, 
Tientsin mint, KM-Y329.6, L&M-77, Kann-666, WS-0180-1. 
Coarse hair variety. A truly stunning grade for this highly popular 
“fat man” dollar, not least considering the general scarcity of Year 
9 issues compared to the profusion issued in Year 3. From a tech- 
nical perspective, everything from the finely stippled, softly die 
polished texture of the fields down to the individual locks of Yuan 
Shih-kai’s coarsely rendered hair is virtually immaculate, leaving 
utterly little wanting for a specimen that very clearly earns its 
supreme gem grade. To date, not discerning by variety, nearly 
20,000 examples of this type have been certified, of which just 55 
have been awarded MS66 status and just 8 rank finer, suggesting 
that this 1s not a level of quality to go overlooked. 


RBUALF (1920) RH BUR = ASR, MS66 PCGS. : 
Riz ie HE TER. Rett UR SRE TE BRET FEA aN 
Bash, AAA RAE A, fo aA LL, 
SRR ASME, Be, ART, RICE 
HL IRIN, FEAT FC HE SIR AG AE Se AE, eR BB, ona 
TH, ESA, RAPA 200000 AB, FH IEMSCG 
DAR SSA, Sie Ma EES He. aL a ET BES, 
FRG TH 

Estimate: $7,000-$9,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 





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30212 





Republic Dollar Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 9 (1920) MS63 
PCGS, KM-Y329.6, L&M-77, Kann-666. A better type-date in 
choice condition, the surfaces showing an especially prevalent 
abundance of micro-fine flow lines, creating a visual quality that 
very nearly exceeds its choice grade. 


RBIL4 1920) tt wR = ASR, MS63 PCGS,. . 
Fel 4 fat? ia 77 EY — A ACA AAR, SRE TOI, FR 
FLL ey ah N Bl 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30213 





Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 9 (1920) MS63 NGC, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-77. Luxuriously satiny, with light sections of 
honeyed tone residing at the outer registers. Choice and highly 
collectible in this state of preservation. 


REIL (1920) RH OUR S BSR, MS63 NGC. 


Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 
Starting Bid: $500 








30214 





Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 9 (1920) MS62 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-77. Fine Hair variety. Exceedingly lustrous 
and attractive, a light streaked tone distinguishing the obverse 
face, while the whole of the surfaces admit no singularly signif1- 
cant distractions. 


RBU7LAF 1920) iH SRS ASR, MS62 PCGS. 

HEA MELE, LDPRKN KA, KERALA 
Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





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30215 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 10 (1921) MS64 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-79, Kann-668. A fully choice representa- 
tive, certainly amongst the finest we have offered, and within 
the upper tenth of the certified population at PCGS for the date. 
Awash with frosty luster and showing only very limited surface 
marks. 


RETF (1921) RH SUR SSK. MS64 PCGS. 
Bera EN — Ax, WCB tH Be a BY a HP 1 Be — 8. PCCSRR 
He PA A A — de, ae RE PHA. RHUL, 
RA EAH IR 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








30216 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 10 (1921) MS63 NGC, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-79. Fully choice, with ample cartwheeling 
luster expressed against surfaces showing scattered areas of 
gentle tone. 


KEl+4F 1921) Rt SUR S lsh. MS63 NGC. 
ey ae. A TE BE I FI, BLE EAE 
Estimate: $900-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 








30217 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 10 (1921) MS63 PCGS, 


KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. A highly alluring example of this 
acclaimed type, exhibiting warm peach coloration over luxuri- 
ously satiny surfaces. 


REIT (1921) st SRS ASR. MS63 PCGS. 
ENR A, MAE KML 2A 
Estimate: $900-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 











30218 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Obverse Die Gouge 


Dollar Year 10 (1921) MS62 NGC, KM-Y329.6, L&M-79. An 
interesting mint error type, whereby a gouge in the obverse die has 
left a raised mark line over Yuan Shih-kai’s cheek. Noteworthy 
for its prominent central position, and a rare error for any coin, 
including this issue, as any dies with such a defect would quite 
likely have been quickly replaced. 


RB (1921) SH MRS ASR, SHE. MS62 NGC. 
MATER, TEER Ae TG 
hh. ie, ERMA ROMA E MR, BEES 
Hi | BEN 8 3 a > a SA WE, IL ET EV IE -H, JE a 
— A, Fl Ge ELE RA 

Estimate: $500-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








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Near Choice Pavilion Dollar 


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30219 





Republic Hsu Shih-chang “Pavilion” Dollar Year 10 (1921) 
MS62 NGC, Tientsin mint, Kann-676, L&M-864, WS-0101. 
Reeded edge. Issued to commemorate the succession of Hsu 
Shih-chang to the office of President in 1918, and in celebration 
of his 67th birthday. An important rarity in the Chinese Republic 
series, and sought after in all grades, this example exhibits lightly 
mottled toning over lustrous fields, the overall preservation defin- 
itively Mint State. The strike is sharp, with only a touch of rub 
visible to the very tip of Hsu Shih-chang’s nose and otherwise 
clean features that stand in sharp contrast against the lower-lying 
regions. 


RE+4e 1921) RHE Re MALS, MS62 NGC. 
RM. OE. EER CRRA]. CARH EIOSER 
EAMG, VA BVROT RRR TT. FLA tb ty HAD, 
FEAF AD Se BIB H.C BY JR AK ES EY oe, BE HE PR 
eH. MAR, OME ROB be BGR HOR Bh, PB 
EY JER Ak BL AY 2H Els FZ Jak, FH BY SA LL 

Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 





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Exceptional “Civilian Clothes” Tsao Kun Dollar 
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30220 Republic Tsao Kun Dollar ND (1923) MS63+ NGC, Tientsin 


mint, L&M-958, Kann-677, WS-0104. A simply exceptional 
representative of the “civilian dress” type, replete with shim- 
mering silvery brilliance that gracefully leaps over the fields 
of the piece. That even circulated representatives of the issue 
receive significant attention should highlight the stellar quality 
displayed by the offering, which conveys a degree of mint-fresh 
character that beyond justifies the assigned choice “plus” grade. 
As a crowning touch of visual perfection, a peripheral iridescence 
beautifully frames both the obverse and reverse faces, lending a 
superb border to the expressive surfaces, ranked with minute die 
polish lines. Among the finest examples of this type that we have 
offered, this specimen is bound to impress. 


192347 BSE RR K IL ALAS, MS63+ NGC. 

Adz ie HR (CR | API RD ae, PR ESR OCR TE Hh, BL TA 
RRL. WAAR AGE, Ble el BAe, fore DR 
AR AG, Bf Hie BREA Tey RY T+] PB. FRR AY OE BO 
TEY MH, AEM, ER LOR. RZ 
ae HeECAB TRAIN, CARA 
TE o 

Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 





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30221 





Republic Tsao Kun Dollar ND (1923) MS63 NGC, Tientsin 
mint, KM-X1220, L&M-959, Kann-678, WS-0105. Military 
uniform variety. Produced during the short presidency of Tsao 
Kun before General Feng Yuxiang’s coup in 1924. A splendid 
representative of this classic one-year type, seen here in an undis- 
puted choice status relatively rarely seen for the issue. Both sides 
reveal full detail, paired with plentiful die polish that can be dis- 
cerned even at an arm’s length. 


192346 BE (ALAR IE, MS63 NGC. 

AMER, RY. Wa HLT Ay ee, 2119244 Bh 
BFE GE SY HY BX BE HE BBA BT ADS, TAA 
ce fl, BALM, ERTS, BARE RRO 
B] Ho 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 





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30222 Republic Tsao Kun Dollar ND (1923) MS61 NGC, Tientsin 


mint, KM-X1220, L&M-959, Kann-678, WS-0105. Military 
uniform variety. Produced during the short presidency of Tsao 
Kun before General Feng Yuxiang’s coup in 1924. A strikingly 
bright and lustrous selection for its seemingly modest Mint State 
grade, a mottling of old album tone along the edges framing a 
semi-reflective flash in the fields that reveals plentiful surface die 
polish. Though bound in its designation by some light handling, 
the offering on the whole presents a highly engaging appearance. 


19234F BSE AR ALASSRE. ~MS61 NGC. 

RGR, RE. £19245 8h LEH HERS SZ AN 

ae wa EE, RRR EEOAR AH. 

3 RL Rte HLA. ERR, HEA HS i BE, HK 
OR FL a 7 WI A. 

Estimate: $6, 000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 








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30223 Republic Tsao Kun “Constitution Commemorative” Dollar 
or Medal ND (1923) AU, Tientsin mint, Kann-678, L&M-959, 
WS-0105. 39mm. 30.55gm. Military dress variety. Plain edge. 
With integral mount and ribbon. Appealing toned with a profu- 
sion of peach, turquoise and rosaceous hues over both sides. Often 
deemed a dollar on the basis of its size, though more properly 
a medal for the president’s inauguration and the passage of the 
Chinese constitution, this type is rarely found officially mounted 


for display, with mounted examples showing a facing bust and 
smaller size (cf. Barac-149). 


19234F Bh 4 HALAS Be AU. 

Rik ee, HBOS HK. 30.55%. PRERRA, BMA. MH 
BAKE. El ZSLPEAL, ARMA BAL IR, EE AR 
Ao We ARARSLA) Bh Fa HF, (ETE A AR BR Ht RE IK HT AER, 
LAM OER AA AMER A, FR AH BRR 
JN, 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








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Astonishing Near-Gem Inauguration Medal 
TAMGem we BS ALS 





30224 Republic Tsao Kun silver “Inauguration” Medal ND (1923) 
MS64+ NGC, Barac-149, KM-X1231, L&M-960, Kann-Plate 189, 
WS-0106. 36mm. Plain edge. An extremely impressive rendi- 
tion of this rare medal produced for Tsao Kun’s inauguration as 
President of the Republic, preserved at a level typically unseen 
for the type. Usually found with the original suspension, or with 
the suspension removed, this specimen appears to have been 
produced in a highly “dollar-like” format free of any sign of 
mounting on the edges. The surfaces are radiant and original, 
allowing a full appreciation of the details of Tsao Kun’s military 
portrait. Presently the finest certified, and difficult to imagine 
existing much nicer. 


19234F SEAR ALIKE. MS64+ NGC. 

PM TOS Pee ACL CAT Pies © en oe 
BATA, (RRR ER, APR G—R,, AMMAR E 
ai LEP RTE, BA wT LGR AR AE AL, ME UL SNL A BI 
4. PE co 7H, Fee Fe Hie CIE, Fl — — AR REE. A 
BAS PRA Bit, HEH LL HE. 

Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 


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30225 Republic Sun Yat-sen Fantasy Dollar ND (c. 1925) AU55 


NGC, KM-X1070, L&M-Unl., Kann-B51. Sharply struck and 
retaining strong residual luster against an iridescent framing 
effect to the obverse. An appealing representative of this lesser- 
seen fantasy type. 


19254F 364 RAL Se Be, AUSS NGC. 

RIT. TRB GB 7 ay 8 Ce SE EA RT ERA 
0 LK S| A BY EK Bo 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30226 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Upper Five-Pointed Stars/Dot Below 


Ear” Memento Dollar ND (1927) AU55 NGC, KM-Y318.1 
(1912), L&M-48 (1928), Kann-600b, WS-0158 (1927), Wenchao- 
891 (rarity 2 stars; same). Five-Pointed upper stars variety with 
dot below ear. Founding of the Republic commemorative. A 
fairly handsome rendition of this rarest silver dollar type of the 
Memento series, light handling in the fields hardly obscuring 
traces of cartwheel luster and heavy die polish lines. Despite 
debate and disagreement over the dating the issue—with both Lin 
and Ma and NGC dating the issue to 1928, while the Standard 
Catalog of World Coins and PCGS place it at 1912—more modern 
scholarship points to 1927 as the date of production, coincid- 
ing with the 16th anniversary of the People’s Republic, and also 
marking the first usage of the “Memento” legend on the coins 
prior to the adoption of the 6-pointed stars design later the same 
year. 


LO2Z7TER+T LRA BASH SALEM). AU55 NGC. 
DR EB. ARR RK. ASH Re, PALA A AP re 
Fa Mri — ak, SA Ro ROR Rae, RES IE, 
TN AR AE RAR BIR. WAKA SEIEFERES RLM RE, NGCK 
BD ER 1928 SH, TPCCSR RR Ee LD Se A EE 
191247, UF IRA — IK a ree RB rk ae LO AE, TRV 92746 Se 
1, ABR. HUA ALA SECA, FB HAL 
ASE el ae (2 LN A BET 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30227 





Republic Sun Yat-sen “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS64+ 
NGC KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. Six-pointed stars type. A remark- 
ably alluring and pristine example for a type that can often hardly 
be said to be so, with a darkly mottled surface patina silhouett- 
ing icy white centers that are positively awash with brilliant 
cartwheel luster. Certainly in the upper percentiles of surviving 
pieces, and rarely seen more attractive. 


1927 3K FL RAB ALAS AS , MS64+ NGC. 

7S fel Ee KERB AR RE, aR ZOD, RRR LR JR 
AL BEHA, BC eS et, KV. LE PRANK 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30228 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Birds Over Junk” Dollar Year 21 


(1932) MS64 PCGS, KM-Y344, L&M-108. A stunning example 
of the type replete with rich and fluid cartwheel luster which glis- 
tens fetchingly over the fields, expanding and contracting upon 
rotation under light. The appearance is quite “clean” for the grade, 
with only minute and insignificant stray wisps limiting higher 
certification. A fully admirable representative, and one worthy of 
the closest consideration. 


on we (1932) At iLR eS ARH T=aH). MS64 

BAAR RRM, ZK, AREER, CAE 

eee RABAT BE Tm EY — 7, HEA 
AlELo 

Estimate: $12,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $6,000 





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30229 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Birds Over Junk” Dollar Year 21 





(1932) MS63 NGC, KM-Y344, L&M-108. Expressing only a hint 
of honey-gold tone and otherwise nearly blast white, this impres- 
sive “Birds Over Junk” dollar necessarily impresses by virtue of 
its preservation and visual presentation. Frostiness is the defining 
characteristic of this piece, which exudes lustrous depth at every 
turn, the luster unimpeded by any major distractions or larger 
instances of handling. A highly collectible example in every 
sense. 


i as (1932) RPL RSARY LSE R). MS63 
BRIT REAR, SILA SILK EY BH EME, HA 
PERGH, SAP TRAMAR, SHALE A, & 
— ARES, WEBI CN. LU REL 


Be 
Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 
Starting Bid: $4,000 








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30230 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Birds Over Junk” Dollar Year 21 


(1932) MS63 NGC, KM-Y344, L&M-108. A noteworthy selec- 
tion of this scarce Republican issue featuring the famous “Birds 
Over Junk” motif and exhibiting a degree of quality that is clearly 
choice for the type, with even the lighter wisps of handling seen 
at this grade level well-hidden by the delicate silvery patina which 
graces the obverse and reverse surfaces alike. A perennially 
popular type, and sure to be met by avid collector interest at this 
level of certification. 


i +—# (1932) KRtilbeseeasee®l=Bl. MS63 


Bil AAR LW BA, ie FL At — IN oe to HY SRE 
JR ARGUE 2 Y BS fo bY EAU. 3 0 HAP TLT HY ine, FER eA ES 
in Oil BB, Ee RU RAR, 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








30231 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Birds Over Junk” Dollar Year 21 


(1932) MS62 NGC, KM-Y344, L&M-108. Well-preserved, with a 
pleasing dispersion of tone that decorates the obverse and reverse 
faces alike, held within bright mint luster that emanates most 
strongly from the central regions. A perennially popular issue, 
one targeted by collectors for its rarity and importance within the 
Chinese numismatic series. 


ct (1932) A+ lLReSeesel=aR). MS62 


MAEM, Sade Gan wet LE TA. TRIG AVA, FRR EN TEI TR 
NT RB HOR, HEAT aK, HL EB AY 
iA ee PE Tig Se BU A Heke AS BY BA VE. 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 








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30232 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) MS63 


NGC, KM-Y345, L&M-109. Free-wheeling luster and sharp 
detail combine with a framing amber and iridescent blue tone to 
convey a strong visual allure in this choice example of the type. 


RA—+— (1933) RHR S BSR. MS63 NGC, 
Hees Aa ‘Bi ven WT, A Te SR eB ER LE, HL 
ul 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 











30233 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) MS62 


NGC, KM-Y345, L&M-109. Admirably lustrous and pleasing to 
the eye, a finely speckled texture over the surfaces pointing to a 
strike with very lightly rusted dies. 


Rl —+—4F (1933) A+ ih = BSR. MS62 NGC. 
METS, BRAM. HIRO, AERA D. 
Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





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30234 


Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) AUS5 
NGC, KM-Y345, L&M-109. A somewhat better year for the 
type, dressed in a light silvery patina with a surprising degree of 
mint luster remaining around the features for the assigned grade. 
From the Maurice Storck Collection 


RB —+— 4 (1933) 74+ Ul (R HIBS, AUSS NCC. 
Fil EYE APSR ALE, OCI. 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





30235 





Republic gold Central Mint 5 Mace (1/2 Tael) Bar (1945) 
MS62 PCGS, cf. L&M-1075 (different design). 19x12mm. 
15.7gm. With the spade-stamp often seen for these Central Mint 
bars of the period, rather that the usual line of characters as illus- 
trated by Lin and Ma. Additionally bearing three number stamps 
on the obverse, likely referring to, from top to bottom, the serial 
number, purity, and weight. 


1949-5147 K Bd? ei FAW Il + Ae HK. MS62 PCGS. 
19x12, B15.75. WAP Re Ral, IE AS 
TES REL, HELE SIT AR a Te, EPO 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30236 


Szechuan-Shensi Soviet. Communist Dollar 1934 AU Details 
(Reverse Cleaned) NGC, Szechuan-Silver Provincial mint, 
KM-Y513.2, L&M-891, Kann-808f var. (with stars of Kann- 
808g-1), WS-Unl. Variety with small, solid stars. Fully appreciable 
quality for this early communist dollar type that often comes 
problem-prone, the obverse surfaces presenting a crescent of 
rainbow iridescence towards the rims, while the reverse contains 
a peculiar hatching of die striations. Omitting much of the usual 
weakness that plagues this series, and quite presentable on the 
whole. 


19344 )I| Ra ie HOE AR ER HK FO SA. AU Details 
(Reverse Cleaned) NGC. 

JI PRATER. AMO, ALE EL, 7 Sy FE EL 
HA EEN KEEPER, Eee 7H FT OATH Ha 
AW ZRUMARMILE, POMEL, COL AWER 
EY Mh, AH LE aT RL. 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








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30237 


People’s Republic silver Proof “Xinjiang Autonomy” 10 Yuan 
1985 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM128. Mintage: 1,400. Struck 
to celebrate the 30th year anniversary of the Xinjaing (Sinkiang) 
autonomous region. Highly reflective with silky frost gracing the 
devices. 


19854F | se Sf BSE moe SOF4F 107 SRK, PROS 
Ultra Cameo NGC. 
BAT 1 400M. AOR SE AEE A YG Le SL SOV Fee. SE 
Fi, AH XR. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





30238 





People’s Republic gold Proof “Wei Qi” 50 Yuan (1/2 oz) 1995, 
Shenyang mint, KM744, Cheng-pg. 172, 4, CC-696. Mintage: 
1,200. Inventions & Discoveries - Series IV. Stemming from a 
notably difficult set of issues, with the Gold & Silver Coins of 
China Standard Catalogue suggesting that while these Series IV 
coins had a planned mintage of 1,200 pieces, as few as 373-383 
were actually struck per type (this Chinese Chess piece carrying a 
figure of 375); in fact, we have not sold an example since 2013. 


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a eee: HY — ALS, etait eet? oo Re AGT Bl ET 
L 200%, SEER AK A fH 373-3834 « Be BA Be E375. 
#] 2013 4E URE KA KAI. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 
Starting Bid: $750 





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30240 People’s Republic 4-Piece Uncertified gold “30th Anniversary 
of the People’s Republic” 400 Yuan Proof Set 1979, 
1) “Mao Memorial Hall” 400 Yuan, KM6 
2) “Hall of the People” 400 Yuan, KM7 
3) “Heroes Monument” 400 Yuan, KM5 
4) “Tiananmen Square” 400 Yuan, KM4 


KM-PSI. A virtually unhandled commemorative Proof set housed 
in the original mint capsules. Sold with wooden case of issue and 
COA #38123. Total AGW 2.0 oz. (Total: 4 coins) 


rie [Hae REAR Ric =A] 400TH Ee, —BO 


1) EMA 4000: 
2) A Rene ALA 40070; 
3) A RAP 4007; 

4) REPUB 4007. 


BRPSANALSHER, HMB S, BKS RES E, 
eS Ad F238123. MES E2 tal, 

Estimate: $3,500-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,750 








30239 People’s Republic platinum Proof “Kite Flying” 100 Yuan 
(1 0z) 1992 PR69 Deep Cameo PCGS, Shenyang mint, 
KM412, Cheng-pg. 116, 2, CC-403. Mintage: 100. Inventions 
& Discoveries - Series I. An iconic issue from this hotly con- 
tested and very seldom-seen series I platinum Inventions and 
Discoveries set, struck to an incredibly limited figure of just 100 
pieces. Currently tied for the finest of the type certified across 
both major grading services, with none yet achieving technical 
perfection, and one of very few that our research has indicated 
becoming available in recent decades. 


199246 | eS | LOO 70H su C1 atel) . PR69 Deep Cameo 
PCGS, 

Ee BAT B100K. PRAREA BHAA HM. 
as be EL SP ay ASH A SL, BEAT EE 100K, WELDS 
ASEVA EEE. ete BF AINGCRPCGSIN RETA, MARAE 
Bee BC La se TEE, He RET EH 
TBD BE WRK 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 








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30241 People’s Republic 4-Piece Uncertified gold “30th Anniversary 


of the People’s Republic” 400 Yuan Proof Set 1979, 
1) “Mao Memorial Hall” 400 Yuan, KM6 

2) “Hall of the People” 400 Yuan, KM7 

3) “Heroes Monument” 400 Yuan, KM5 

4) “Tiananmen Square” 400 Yuan, KM4 


KM-PSI1. Sold with case of issue and COA #56673. Total AGW 
2.0 oz. (Total: 4 coins) 


19794 [Hae A RFU Kor =| 400TH REY, SE 
BK. AEF 


1) BERAR 4007; 
2) AAG 4007; 

3) ARREHEALASGE 4007; 
A) RKP 4 40070. 


KGB, Ma R456673. MES B2 Ha], 
Estimate: $3,500-$4,000 
Starting Bid: $1,750 





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of the People’s Republic” 400 Yuan Proof Set 1979, 
1) “Mao Memorial Hall” 400 Yuan, KM6 

2) “Hall of the People” 400 Yuan, KM7 

3) “Heroes Monument” 400 Yuan, KM5 

4) “Tiananmen Square” 400 Yuan, KM4 


AGW 2.0 oz. (Total: 4 coins) 


BK. ABP A. 


1) GERARS 4007; 
2) ARA@# 4007; 

3) AR RHEALA EE 400; 
A) REF 4007. 


RAKGH BSH E, MRH56679. Mee B2# al, 
Estimate: $3,500-$4,000 
Starting Bid: $1,750 





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30242 People’s Republic 4-Piece Uncertified gold “30th Anniversary 


KM-PSI1. Sold with wooden case of issue and COA #56679. Total 


197946 [PA RA Ric =A | 400TH RA. —B 


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30243 People’s Republic 4-Piece Uncertified gold “Bronze Age” 


Proof Set 1981, 

1) “Leopard” 200 Yuan, KM46 

2) “Creature” 200 Yuan, KM47 

3) “Rhinoceros” 400 Yuan, KM48 
4) “Elephant” 800 Yuan, KM49 


KM-PS8. Mintage: 1,000 Sets. An iconic and extremely collect- 
ible set, presented with the original case of issue and COA #619. 
For the sake of accuracy, we note that the capsule for the 800 
Yuan 1s broken. (Total: 4 coins) 


19814 OPER LSA RB) AML, ASOT, AE 


1) [484491 2007; 
2) [Hp | 2007; 
3) [4B | 40070; 
4) [4 & | 80070. 


B47 41,0008. RARE Pe RI, Be 
TERM ROIS. AMER SLO ARAB EAT 


Estimate $5,000-$7,000 
Starting Bid: $2,500 





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30244 People’s Republic 4-Piece Certified gold “Beijing Scenery” 


Medal Proof Set 1979 NGC, 

1) “Temple of Heaven” Medal - PR70 Cameo, Cheng-pg. 3, 5 

2) “Beihai Park” Medal - PR69 Cameo, Cheng-pg. 3, 6 

3) “The Great Wall” Medal - PR68 Ultra Cameo, Cheng-pg. 3, 7 
4) “Summer Palace” Medal - PR69 Cameo, Cheng-pg. 3, 8 


Mintage: 2,000 sets. Each medal weighs 17 gm (approximately 
0.5 oz), and comes with its original case of issue. All but the 
Summer Palace medal also include COAs. Total AGW 2.0 oz. 
(Total: 4 coins) 


LO7OALE ARAL A ee, —AL A. NGCHER. 


1) X38 - PR70 Cameo NGC; 

2) 1k] - PR69 Cameo NGC; 
3) 4% - PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC; 
4) Hi F0] - PR69 Cameo NGC, 


BATE: 20008. SB 2175 (MOSH) . MRR RH 
=, REM SEK ARES. MERE 2 tal, 

Estimate: $3,500-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,750 


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PEACOCK ISSUES 








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30245 People’s Republic 4-Piece Uncertified gold “Beijing Scenery” 
Medal Proof Set 1979, 
1) “Temple of Heaven” Medal, Cheng-pg. 3, 5 
2) “Beihai Park” Medal, Cheng-pg. 3, 6 


3) “The Great Wall” Medal, Cheng-pg. 3, 7 | — Vs TS ee po =n 
4) “Summer Palace” Medal, Cheng-pg. 3, 8 oe Ae er eee a 
jae a aes ert ee aie | 


Mintage: 2,000 sets. Sold with original wooden case of issue and 
COA. Total AGW 2.0 oz. (Total: 4 coins) 


LOTOAF AGH 4 PALA ee, — ALA. 





1) Aig; 
2) Abie A EA; 
3) RF; 
4) BAT lel. 

7 ; 30246 People’s Republic silver Proof Peacock 50 Yuan (5 oz) 1993 
BATE: 20008. MRRKRERES HE. MEE 2 a el. PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM597, Cheng-pg. 
Estimate: $3,500-$4,000 140, 2, CC-545. Mintage: 891. An effortlessly flawless specimen 


Starting Bid: $1,750 of this very low mintage peacock type, hard mirrors set against 


generously frosted devices in a magnificent display. Presently 
only 2 specimens at NGC have been awarded technical perfec- 
tion. 


199344 4L4 Fa 50 70 th 2 SR (522) ) . PR6Q Ultra Cameo 
C 


NGC, 

Lei. BT ESOLK. BARE-E, SHER HY 
PLA SR IG, BE oc aT SER. NGCR FEM AOR a 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 











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Extremely Low Mintage 20 Ounce Peacock 
FIRM BBY | fle be eS Oke al et 


30247 





People’s Republic gold Proof “Peacock” 1500 Yuan (20 0z) 
1993 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM601, Cheng- 
pg. 139, 1, CC-543. Mintage: 66. Numbered 21 on the edge. The 
undisputed “king” of the Peacock series, the 1993 1500 Yuan 
stands in a class all its own, its mintage of well below 100 pieces 
struck standing as an instant indicator of its supreme rarity. To 
date, this is only the second example of the type we have handled, 
and, according to the most recent edition of the China Pricepedia, 
only the second to have come to auction in the last five years. 
Visually, the expansive size of the planchet allows for full appre- 
ciation of the deeply cameoed nature of the fields, the devices 
maintaining a thick degree of mint frost. With no specimens yet 
achieving technical perfection from NGC, and this falling within 
the first half of the issue’s incredibly limited production run, we 
cannot doubt that it will likely come fiercely contested by collec- 
tors of the series. Sold with the original case of issue and COA. 


1993 | 4L4 hl HS 1500707 we (5 tt e]) . PR6O Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

Eve te HR. BUT E66 7. ETE UL BEN la 21 FL Be 
RAPE, 199341 500TH ED AGM, LKAZY, 
Sa Ht AR EAR YY TT GH 2 EE 
=A, MePricepedia, Ai TF Pl Me — HA BH AL ER. 
WBA, RNASE SR, 2 Le BE, SA 
AGE IEBL, NCCAA TL HIRE BERET. REBT 
De Cea AM HH. BRARRETRES—A 


Estimate: $100,000-$150,000 
Starting Bid: $50,000 





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30248 People’s Republic gold Proof Unicorn 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1994 
PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shenyang mint, KM682, PAN-NPB 
4A, CC-591. Mintage: 1,108. A fully covetable issue within both 
the modern Chinese series the Unicorn series alike, with this 
being the scarce first year of issue for the type. Standing as one of 
just three technically perfect specimens out of over 350 certified 
by NGC to date, it further exists as a clear outlier for any collector 
of the modern Chinese issues, with PR70 representatives of most 
gold types outside of the vast Panda emissions proving exceed- 
ingly scarce. 


199445 HERE A 710070749 2 4 (122 4]) . PR70 Ultra Cameo 
NGC 


OER. BUTE 1084. MR BAM MERE BE, te 
Fy BATA A, BOAFENGCH 346408 f, RA = BORG 
ELE, MBH. BEA RAB HE DIYS SRI AE EPROM HY 4 
HE — BRE, BCE LE Bl oe FH BY aE BEER TE 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30249 People’s Republic gold Proof Unicorn 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1995 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM803, Fr-B102. Mintage: 504. A 
strong representative of this 100 Yuan Unicorn rarity demon- 
strating sharp mirroring, a faultless cameo, and nearly perfect 
preservation. Tied for the finest yet certified by NGC, with no 
others meeting the “PR70” mark. Accompanied by original COA 
#00704. 


199544 FE RRA 7) 10070 (1 at el) . PR6Q Ultra Cameo 


NGC, 

BAT ESOL. MLA Fle AIR BD wh SETI EA, 
TATU, BARE REE, NCAP RE BOT, FA 
KW AE— AEE RPR7OMLE. MER RES HE, Ai HE#OO704. 
Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 








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LUNAR ISSUES 








30250 People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Rooster” 250 Yuan 


1981 PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, K M41, Cheng-pg. 11, 1, CC-25. 
Mintage: 5,015. A peak-quality example showcasing a clean strike 
and faultless preservation. 


19814 #8 + 42507078 2 4%, PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC. 
BAT B5,01LD AK. ie TIE BS AIG HK RE, SE REN RARER 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30251 





People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Rooster” 250 Yuan 
1981 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC KM41, Cheng-pg. 11, 1, CC-25. 
Mintage: 5,015. Nearly perfect and featuring a clean cameo con- 
trast. 


198146 #8 4F A 25070 7H & i, PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
BAT 25,015. HUH. PANE L. 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





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30252 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Rooster” 


Proof Set 1981-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS7. Includes aluminum 
1, 2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A widely collected mint set, housed in 
the original mint packaging. (Total: 8 coins) 


1981-(s) FX FRR RRA, BV 

LEI TEL AN 22 SAMSBTE, 1A, 20, SAAS, 1 70H 
SM ABM, REZKEN ME, ARASH. 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








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30253 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Rooster” 


Proof Set 1981-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS7. Includes aluminum 
1, 2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A widely collected mint set, housed in 
the original mint packaging. (Total: 8 coins) 


1981-(s) FHF RR RMA, Bi 

LVI LEIA 226 SAMSBTE, LA. 20, SAS, 1 70H 
SRE HE, PRIME ME, HRS 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 


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30254 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Rooster” 


Proof Set 1981-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS7. Includes aluminum 
1, 2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A widely collected mint set, housed in 
the original mint packaging. (Total: 8 coins) 


1981-(s) FRE FAR RE, — AL) 

ibm, ALAELD, 22S ABI, Lie, 20 FOS MIAME, 150 
SSR AUS, MICK RARER, RES 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 











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30255 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Dog” Proof 


Set 1982-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS9. Includes aluminum 1, 
2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze “Year of the Rat” medal. All pieces appear in 
splendid Proof condition with mild cameo contrasts, and are pre- 
sented in the original mint holder with cardboard sleeve. (Total: 8 
coins) 


1982-(s) FAIA RR ERE BB ; 
EYEE HEIK, QLIBIAN 22h OASEI, 14. 2. SAISAH, 1708H 
DR Sl — AC. PATE te 2 DA 7 BY SR RR A BL, 
RRNA TL, ARABS. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 


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30256 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Dog” Proof 


Set 1982-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS9. Includes aluminum I, 
2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze “Year of the Rat” medal. All pieces appear in 
splendid Proof condition with mild cameo contrasts, and are pre- 
sented in the original mint holder with cardboard sleeve. (Total: 8 
coins) 


1982-(s) FERRE BV ; 
Lie HR. LEA 2A RSASE, 1H, OARS SANE, 170 
Se Si i aa ATA SUAS Se i A, SP Mt 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 








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People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Dog” Proof 
Set 1982-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS9. Includes aluminum 1, 
2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze “Year of the Rat” medal. All pieces appear in 
splendid Proof condition with mild cameo contrasts, and are pre- 
sented in the original mint holder with cardboard sleeve. (Total: 8 
coins) 


1982-(s) FFM RRME, —B/\ io 

EYEE KR. LABIA, 22 Sage HF, lf. 24. SSA, 1704 

SRE Si Bo PITA TE te 29 AA To BY te KR BL, 
BEBE BY FF AE SY Eh, Ft Ae HS eth, 

oe $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





30258 





People’s Republic silver Proof “Year of the Pig” 10 Yuan 
1983 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shenyang mint, KM73, CC-S1. 
Mintage: 5,000. A scarcer lunar type preserved in essential- 
ly flawless condition, with the Gold & Silver Coins of China 
Standard Catalog suggested that just 2,185 pieces of the planned 
5,000 were actually struck. 


nae 107048 #2 42%, PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
ee. BITE: 5 000K. ERAT HAN OE. PRE AK 
Uae rb Bl Ay Se ie tm SS aR TE BRT OOO, MRE 
2. 1854 Ht. 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
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30259 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Pig” Proof 


Set 1983-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS11. Includes aluminum 1, 
2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A fully uncirculated and untouched 
mint set preserved in the original mint holder. (Total: 8 coins) 


1983-(s) FERRE, —B\ KK. 

LYE HE. LEIA 22 SoMa, 1A, 20, SSAME, 1; 170 
FER BK, HAA, HRA 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








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30260 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Pig” Proof 


Set 1983-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS11. Includes aluminum 1, 
2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A fully uncirculated and untouched 
mint set preserved in the original mint holder. (Total: 8 coins) 


1983-(s)“F7-FREME HE, BH 

LYE HR. FLTELAN 226 SAME LA, 20, SAIS, 1705 
ER A HEM, CAAT, HARSH. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 


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30261 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Rat” Proof 


Set 1984-(y), Shenyang mint, KM-PS12. Includes aluminum 1, 
2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A fully desirable early set, positively 
beaming with mint originality and still in the mint plastic with the 
original cardboard envelope. (Total: 8 coins) 


1984-(y) FRE RE, —B/\ io 

SEIBSEYER. LISD. 23. 5 SBME, LA, 2M, SARSAME, 108 
SER SK. AER ERT A, RARE. 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 








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People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Rat” Proof 
Set 1984-(y), Shenyang mint, KM-PS12. Includes aluminum 1, 
2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A highly popular early lunar year set, 

appearing to have been hardly touched since its issuance. (Total: 8 
coins) 


1984- A ) EAE EERE Wo —B)\ Blo oe 
YE ie EIR. LABIA 22 SA SEI, 14, 244, Cabbd 17044 
URE, HE EMR TAR, HERTS 
7A i8 Fh. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





30263 





People’s Republic platinum Proof “Year of the Goat” 100 
Yuan (1 0z) 1991 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM365, Fr-B71, 
CC-316. Mintage: 500. An exceptional platinum Proof lunar series 
specimen showcasing brightly mirrored fields and a complete 
cameo effect. A type rarely seen on auction owing to its low 
mintage of 500 struck. 


19914 = 4F + 10070748 22 sH'# (1a #]) . PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

BT: 500K, BHA PAE Hi BN SE 55 TET JR A IC 
A, BRR. B47 BED 00%, RD Ae wk. 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30264 People’s Republic platinum Proof “Year of the Dog” 100 Yuan 


(1 oz) 1994 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM645, 
Cheng-pg. 152, 3, CC-567. Mintage: 300. One of the key rarities 
within the 1994 Year of the Dog series, and a type that we have 
not offered since 2011, with surprisingly few appearing on the 
market in the meantime. Bearing a stunning finish free of any 
significant imperfections, the offering certainly seems to be on 
the precipice of immaculate technical condition. Sold with the 
original case of issue and COA #173. 


199448 446 + 10070 75 #2 SH (1 Zt 2]) . PR6Q Ultra Cameo 
NGC 


Lie BK. BT B300%. 1994 FREY AAD B— 
B, 3) GEA. ACE NCAA 20114 Boke, MUMMLRE Eb op 
DRED. FA OAR, HT, ERRETRES 
we & Aa $173. 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 








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30265 


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People’s Republic 6-Piece Uncertified gold & silver “Year of 
the Rabbit” Panda Set 2011 Gem UNC, 

1) gold 20 Yuan (1/20 0z), KM1979, PAN-532A 

2) gold 50 Yuan (1/10 0z), KM1978, PAN-531A 

3) gold 100 Yuan (1/4 0z), KM1977, PAN-530A 

4) gold 200 Yuan (1/2 0z), KM1976, PAN-529A 

5) gold 500 Yuan (1 0z), KM1975, PAN-528A 

6) gilt-silver 1 Ounce Mint Medal 


Mintage: 500 sets. Sold with the original case of issue and COA 
#445. Total AGW 1.9 oz. (Total: 6 coins) 


201146 4,2E EH RSH a. SRM, — AEA. Gem UNC. 
1) 20704" (1/20 # =) , 


2) 50704" (1/10 #€ 4) , 
; 1007 (1/4 ae 
A 
5) 


ay 


: 

2007" (1/2 a 2]) , 
50074 CU #al), 
6) SEAS He a NE ME we 


BT E5008, RSH ES, 445. Meee 481.98 al, 
Estimate: $3,200-$3,500 
Starting Bid: $1,600 





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30266 





People’s Republic gold Panda One Ounce Medal 1982 MS68 
NGC, KM-XMBI1, PAN-2A. Mintage: 13,532. Immensely flashy 
and reflective, with fluid and free-wheeling cartwheel luster 
highlighting finely speckled flow lines from the strike. A daz- 
zling representative of this early and popular panda issue. 


19824F fe 4 | ae =] 4, MS68 NGC. 

BAT 13,5324. HEAD IE PIR, Ba a See Ip EE AY Sot RTE. 
FEF FG oe EA Pi HE he, AE ARR 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30267 





People’s Republic silver Proof Panda 10 Yuan 1983 PR68 
Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM67, PAN-11A. Mintage: 
10,000. Variety without mud between Pandas. Among the more 
difficult dates of the early Panda series, with only nine pieces 
currently certified a point finer at NGC. Sold with black felt pre- 
sentation box. 


198345 Fe 4m 107074 2 RIE, PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC. 

LYE HK. B4T 2 10,0007, WS RR EZ EE. RRR 
SEM AD, AH GRR PER, AGENGCH PT FRAO EE 
fE, BAe TE. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





30268 





People’s Republic gold Proof Panda 50 Yuan (1/2 0z) 1990-P 
PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM271, PAN-125A. Proof Mintage: 
5,000. A highly collectible, flawless representative of the type. 


1990-P4F Fe 48 50 707 2 4 (1/22 #1) . PR7O Ultra Cameo 
NGG: 

BYT 2 5,000%K. THELIAL, in tH SEEN AK. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

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The Second Struck of Only 99 Produced 
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30269 


People’s Republic gold Proof Panda 500 Yuan (5 oz) 1992 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM400, PAN-174A, 
Cheng-pg. 110, 2, CC-357. Mintage: 99. #00002 struck. A remark- 
able feat for this already extremely scarce issue—a representative 
that ranks very near to the first struck of its type. Rarely are these 
early pieces in the modern Chinese series attainable, let alone 
in such low mintage, large denominations as this. Furthermore 
standing at the peak of the NGC census, and admitting not the 
least trace of haze, tone, or copper spots, the offering certainly 
represents a unique opportunity, and one that is not to be missed. 
Sold with the original case of issue and COA. 


199247 Re SHOOT BAY (5#8). PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 

Eve 2s Ho FEAT EE 997K. Ai FOOOO2. HH HANK A, We 
BARRE EH Hn G0 Se, DA PL HSL ae SRE AL, EP 
Sie WY AR Ge REL, ILA EMT ete, We, Ree ee 
—. NGCARAL +, Wea OL, RO, HAZE. 
aaa ARTA, NRRETRES—AY 
Estimate: $25,000-$35,000 

Starting Bid: $12,500 





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30270 People’s Republic gold Proof Panda 1000 Yuan (12 oz) 1992 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM401, PAN-173A, 
Cheng-pg. 110, 1, CC-358. Mintage: 99. Amongst the finest 
certified for this very low mintage type-date, and the largest 
denomination in the series, highly sought by collectors on account 
of its charming imagery and brilliant mirrorlike finish. To date, 
this is only the second example we have offered, the last selling in 
2010, and is one of fewer than 5 that we have been able to locate 
coming to market within that same period of time. A great chance 
for the serious connoisseur to obtain a comparatively low-number 
example, this being #12 of 99 struck. Sold with original case of 
issue and COA. 


199225 Ae SH 1000704 2 124 #]) ,. PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NCC; 

LYE RR, BEAT BOOK. BEAT BSE DY SED Oh, oe 
Wk REE BB — LAE 33 BOE Bao — FR RZ 

Fo Mk ye =] Ae 2 O10 4F 78 BY AE FY — 2c, FR LS 
BEN BLAH BE RLS FEI Ay TRE BL RK FR 

ci es Wit IEE HH B12. HR RESTRES 
Estimate: $25,000-$35,000 

Starting Bid: $12,500 








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CHINA - PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC 


30271 People’s Republic gold “Small Date” Panda 25 Yuan (1/4 0z) 
1995 MS68 NGC, Shenyang mint, KM717, PAN-237A. A popular 
Panda variety that has retained a great deal of its rarity over time, 
with a total mintage of 13,710 pieces between large and small date 30274 People’s Republic Mint Error - Partial Collar Strike gold 
varieties confirming the desirability of the issue. Panda 500 Yuan (1 0z) 2008 MS69 NGC, KM1821. A rare error 


= ee 2 whereby the planchet was struck with a partial collar, yielding 
ees (1/4 1) . “NH #l. MS68 NGC. an uneven rim around a portion of the reverse edge. A wholly 





Bay te RA AREY BA PH RR wed a KR, AY) BA uncommon occurrence for the Panda gold series, and a scarce 
keke a Faas HD, ARAMA opportunity for the collector of Chinese or world error coins. 
Starting Bid: $600 20084 RE S5O0 TA (1a al), SHH HE. MS69 





NGC, 

TE TEER ET TT eB Se, EY — A 3“ 
lil 7 — BP A) Ae IS) A] BY ee AR JL BE HAS NSH 4 EB Owe aE 
J, SACU RBUP BB a tet FR ey ic ee OR RES BY 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30272 People’s Republic gold Proof Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1996 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM901, PAN-256B. Mintage: 1,500. 
A sparkling jewel preserved to virtual perfection and displaying 
fully frosted features contrasting against reflective fields. No 
examples have certified PR70 Ultra Cameo to date, leaving the 
present piece tied for the finest yet seen by NGC. 


199644 Fe 48 10070748 &' (142) . PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

B47 E1500K. SEEEHME, RERRELER, SOE 
REP PRER, He. 24 eee Hack exe ws 
PR70 Ultra Cameo#?, Hho & ENCCAREB EH cir 
Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 








30273 People’s Republic gold “Large Date” Panda 50 Yuan (1/2 0z) 
1997 MS69 NGC, KM990, Cheng-pg. 215, 2. Mintage: 15,483. 
A glowing and essentially flawless selection revealing a cameo 
contrast between its satiny features and mirrored fields. Highly 
collectible in this pristine state. 


L997 AR SO 7G EE (1/2H #l) . AEH. MS69 MGC. 
BAT 15,4834, SIGN, ARP CR. AS wee oe IR 
EN LOA, AAS am A AR REAL, TELS He 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 








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CHINA - PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC 


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30275 People’s Republic 5-Piece Certified copper, silver & gold “Anaheim 125th Anniversary” Commemorative Show Panda Proof Set 2016 
Ultra Cameo NGC, 
1) silver 31.1 Gram (1 Ounce) Medal - PR68, PAN-713A. Mintage: 2,000. Number 0789. 
2) silver 50 Gram (1.6 Ounce) Medal - Gem Proof, PAN-717A. Mintage: 625. Number 446. 
3) copper 40mm Medal - PR69 Red, PAN-715A. Mintage: 175. Number 123. 
4) gold 31.1 Gram (1 Ounce) Medal - PR70, PAN-711A. Mintage: 125. Number 057. 
5) silver 373.25 Gram (12 Ounce) Medal - PR69, PAN-712A. Mintage: 125. Number 045. With COA. 


Shanghai mint, CC-pp. 706-707. Missing only the 40mm brass and 50gm gold medals. A very elusive set of issues, particularly when found so 
nearly complete, struck for the 2016 American Numismatic Association convention in Anaheim. (Total: 5 coins) 


20164F [ESS S125 eZ Ee | eS a GR SAL. —AL Ax. Ultra Cameo NGC. 


1) 31.1 %4kS C1 #e) - PRES NGC, 447 22,000%. 4840789. 

2) 50342 (1.6 #8) - Gem Proof NGC, #4726254, Aa #E446, 

3) 402k 44% - PR69 Red NGC, 4847 21754%. 449% 123. 

A) 31.1942 (1 #2) -PR7O NGC, 44721252. AB GE 057. 

5) 373.2554 = (12 ##) -PREONGC, B47 H125%., AHHROAS HBS, 


Luge WK, Bik40S KES ROORSS, PLRUREN AL AALS RARE SE B12 AMEE S| 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 
Starting Bid: $1,000 





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FRENCH INDO-CHINA 





30276 People’s Republic 5-Piece Certified gold & silver “Honolulu 


Hawaii Numismatic Association” Commemorative Show 
Panda Proof Set 2016-y Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) gold 1 Gram Medal - PR69, PAN-723A. Mintage: 1,000. 

2) silver 2 Gram Medal - PR70, PAN-724A. Mintage: 2,000. 

3) bi-metallic gold & silver (AU 3gm, AR 1.5gm) Medal - PR70, 
PAN-721A. Mintage: 1,000. 

4) gold 1 Ounce Medal - PR70, PAN-720A. Mintage: 200. 

5) silver 1 Ounce Medal - PR70, PAN-722A. Mintage: 1,500. 


Shenyang mint, CC-pp. 708-709. Early Releases. Missing only 
the gold 1 Kilo Medal, which saw only three examples struck. A 
high-quality set, with every included issue certified in perfect or 
near-perfect condition. (Total: 5 coins) 


2016-y4F [78 Fi BR GS RR | REGU EE SR AL AS 
&, —K AK. Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) 194% - PROO, 447 H1,000%. 


See ess (2358, $1552) - PRO, #47 21,0004. 
lat ®] 4% - PR7O, #47 200%. 

12 FI - PR7O, BATHEL SOK. | 
EEN. RMR, PEKR AROS, WE Rae 
JEM. HHTEATE, DEM ARRRS, TET. 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 


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FRENCH INDO-CHINA 








30277 French Colony Piastre 1886-A MS63 NGC, Paris mint, KMS, 


Dav-251, Lec-267. Lightly toned in silver with an underlying 
expression of faint peach color against cascading silvery bril- 
hance throughout the fields. Fully choice and worthy of close 
consideration. 


1886-A4F Abi — 7ESRE. MS63 NGC. . 

EL Ae I JRA BR BR BY SR BIE BRAY eH LE. Hn, {EL 
44 1F BO Io 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Reserve: $1,500 











30278 French Colony Piastre 1921-H MS65 NGC, Heaton mint, 


KM5a.3, Lec-297. A laudable silvery gem displaying a delicately 
placed patina over highly lustrous argent surfaces. Very scarce in 
this technical grade and with such exquisite aesthetic appeal. 


1921-H4F Ab — USK. MS65 NGC. | 
Sse EK, BR — AAR, LR OCA. EZ 
fel xP Aa Ra ZF, ci TE FH 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 


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GREAT BRITAIN 


GREAT BRITAIN 









30279 Victoria Trade Dollar 1896-B MS63 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-3. Very little handling is discernible over appealing, 
steel-toned surfaces, while silver luster attractively outlines the 
standing figure of Britannia to the obverse. The reverse, brilliant 
and decorated in a light peachy patina, proves equally appealing, 
making for a formidable choice example of the type, one likely to 
see significant attention from conditionally sensitive collectors. 


1896-B2F 3h 4 & ASR, MS63 PCGS, : 
mee, MACS BAA. EMRCAAF AHR 
BOER. PORCLERS, RHMECAS, BALE 
GE, EAE | BER OG 2 Bl BY HOR BALE 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30280 Victoria Trade Dollar 1898-B MS63 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-6. A scintillating offering expressing peripheral 
hints of autumnal obverse tone, the reverse amply decorated in 
lime, amber, and soft maroon. 


1898-B4F55 34 @ Blk", MS63 PCGS. 

EES, MEW, EGRELRRRAM EM, HME 
R, FEIAE FOR FO HAL LE, AE UE 

Estimate: $700-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 
















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30281 Victoria Trade Dollar 1899-B MS64 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS5, Prid-8. A satisfying specimen conveying a quality that 
is arguably at the uppermost end of the assigned grade, the sur- 
faces lustrous, absent all but a handful of inconsequential marks, 
and graced with a soft tone that conveys an immediate sense of 
careful preservation and originality. 


1899-B4F 35 j# = ESR, MS64 PCGS., 

mie. FACS R NM, FB PTA nt. REC 
Rit, ARPA, BLAIR, MK 
RE UR Eo 

Estimate: $900-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





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30282 Edward VII Trade Dollar 1908-B MS66 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5. Dazzling in its preservation, this superb gem reveals 
glowing silvery luster at every turn, the appeal further bolstered 
by the presence of a pale amber golden tone that graces the sur- 
faces to both the obverse and reverse. Tied for the absolute finest 
yet seen by either major grading service, with some very light 
spotting noted for completeness. 


1908-B4F 35 + @ Sk", MS66 NGC. 

m Bie. mete DASE i i SS el RAE Hee FH eR 
RUA, (RAMA, BHAT ao. BARA AW AGP 
ANB] AGES HY RE 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30283 Edward VII Trade Dollar 1908/7-B MS64+ PCGS, Bombay 
mint, KM-T5, Prid-18. Blast white and highly lustrous, with 
a radiant cartwheel effect that proves exceptional in hand. 
Bordering closely on gem preservation, the offering ranks as the 
single-finest of this overdate variety certified by PCGS. 


1908/7-B 4436 5% & BSR, MS64+ PCGS. 

i SEE AE. Be ER Ti TEE EE, A A REN Be OC 
ERE AA Me AE BALD th SOR AE ARIS, REPCCSHE A ME 
FX ta] Do 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 









30284 Edward VII Trade Dollar 1909/8-B MS63+ PCGS, Bombay 
mint, KM-Tn5. Admirably preserved for this overdated variety 
of the issue, the fields graced with free-flowing argent luster and 
picked out in minute flow lines that remain traceable by the naked 
eve: 


1909/8-B Fah 3% SR, MS63+ PCGS. | 
ee EK. RAFI AAR A, RAE 50 EY SR 
@ ICE, AUR ELEY PR ETE. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30285 George V Trade Dollar 1925 MS64 PCGS, KM-T5, Prid-25. A 
lustrous example fielding glowing, satiny luster, only very faint 
chatter preventing a full gem designation. 


1925 F334 = BSR. MS64 PCGS, _. 
Be LR, BRLA MCE, 4b BO, RARE EOE 
TY] ay (eo) 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 














30286 George V Trade Dollar 1929/1-B MS64 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-26. A well-kept selection revealing whirling luster 
over sleek, appealing surfaces, a faint peripheral almond tone 
expressed to both the obverse and reverse. A few isolated toning 
spots are visible to either side. 


1929-/1-B4F-3k = ASR, MS64 PCGS. . 
EERE. ROL RAO, WORE RE CE 
38, M7 HE LY BE 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $750 





Elizabeth II gold Proof “Mayflower 400th Anniversary” 
100 Pounds (1 0z) 2020 PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM-Unl. 
Mintage: 500. A perfectly certified example of this Mayflower 
Anniversary type, only the 8th coin struck out of a total mintage 
numbering 500. 


20204 (HAH BAF) OOHRS 14a). PR7O 
Ultra Cameo NGC, . . 
BA B500Kk, RAL ARRO RAFAH REAR FI 
F, 500% BY 4 84K. 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 


30287 





30288 Elizabeth II gold Proof “Mayflower 400th Anniversary” 
100 Pounds (1 0z) 2020 PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM-Unl. 
Mintage: 500. The 88th coin struck in the total issuance of only 
500 examples. Perfectly preserved, with a rich cameo contrast. 


20204 AED BA| 1OOKkR BRR S* (145), PR7O 
Ultra Cameo NGC, 
oe 500A +4 884K. FHT SEI, TIF AER 


Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 
Starting Bid: $1,250 








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HONG KONG 








mint, KM5. An exceptional conditional survivor showcasing 
radiant silver luster against a speckled light surface tone, virtually 
no handling to be found across the surfaces of this gorgeous gem. 


1874-H44 #38 Hl, MS67 PCGS. 

Bie. mA WR, RE ICMA, WEL, BLS 
FIR, RAB AK i. 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,250 





30290 





British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1875-H MS64 NGC, Heaton 
mint, KM5. An admirable type representative exhibiting a fine 
silty patina which pulls away delicately at the legends to reveal 
glowing mint luster underneath. 


1875-H #4 1, MS64 NGC. 

EEK, RANKA, PRED OR, BSA RICRIAK, 
A Meat, TR EL 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





30291 





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British Colony. Victoria 10 Cents 1890 MS64 PCGS, KM6.3. 
Picked out in a speckled pattern of frost with a degree of fluid 
luster and eye appeal that remains wholly uncommon for the 
type. Exceeded by only a single example in the PCGS Population 


Report. 


18904 #%— % MS64 PCGS. | 

me beet, RGA, GAL. HURPCCSICE 
SR, ULE AR eA Ab Bl 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





30292 








British Colony. Victoria 20 Cents 1877-H AU58 PCGS, Heaton 
mint, KM7. While heavy circulation remains the norm for this 
minor issue, the present offering exhibits anything but. A nearly 
full expression of detail remains, even over the finer features 
of Victoria’s tiara and hair strands, the surfaces illuminated by 
argent luster, itself veiled by a thin silvery patina that highlights 
the age and beauty of the piece. 


1877-H#F#AS. AUS8 PCGS. 

SRS, BARNA LA ER, (2 AIK 
WMA ARR WE EIR, RP ERE, BEE 
Sy Al Be RAY BR th 0 Be OR BY A EE ft EI YL He SRE HE 
Te, AN EY BE SE BY SR SR ELE RB, RY RY JB 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 


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Mintage: 59,000. A conditionally difficult type coveted by col- 
lectors in finer states of preservation. This certainly applies to the 
specimen at hand, which offers ample lustrous brilliance for the 
grade, alongside generally sharp detail. 


186644 48-4 H. AU53 PCGS. 

BAT 2590008. WEP an th BE YS SE aL, i ie RR 
IB, FICE, BA Meth, RIAA. 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 





30294 





British Colony. Victoria 50 Cents 1891-H AU58 NGC, Heaton 
mint, KM9.2. Softly toned, with an underlying expression of 
silvery luster and well-preserved devices indicating only a brief 
period in circulation. Decidedly scarce at this level, only a com- 
bined handful certified finer by both PCGS and NGC together. 


1891-H #38-+ Bl, AUS8 NGC. | 

Bie HR. LAS, FR MSR IC I, SERRA AN RTE EL, ARR 
Lik, BHO EME, PCCSRNCCAR RARE Be 
SENAY. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 


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30295 





British Colony. Victoria 50 Cents 1892 AU53 NGC, KM9.1. 
Of fine preservation for this conditionally challenging issue, the 
surfaces expressing a strong degree of residual luster and the 
devices without significant wear. Quite desirable when located so 
well-kept. 


18924 #8 +H]. AU53 NGC. 

CRAP AR RR AB, TRIG TRH, LSC A ET A, FET 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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Attractively Toned Proof Hong Kong Dollar 
LIAN ES BR 


30296 














British Colony. Victoria Proof Dollar 1866 PR61 PCGS, 
KM10, Prid-1A, Dav-245. Reeded edge. Obverse and reverse dies 
by Leonard Charles Wyon, Royal mint. Struck in the earliest days 
of the Hong Kong mint, which opened on May 7th, 1866, this 
impressive dollar exhibits not a hint of wear to the devices. The 
fields, glossy underneath a fine veil of lilac and steel patination, 
expresses a fluidity of light and color that leaves no doubt as to 
the piece’s impressive Mint State preservation, with any minor 
imperfections easily blending in with a surface tone that only 
heightens the visual impact of this exquisite rarity. A highly rec- 
ommended selection of this difficult type, and one which could 
easily go “head-to-head” with more highly graded examples. 


18664 eS Bly AF. PR6I PCGS. 

He. ERD RAY 2 SR ie te a Hy .R 
iene Charles Wyon) ie. 467 18664F5 7 7B BF ewe 
Ys Se Lk, ar ZH, AH RU ZI MAA SB AR 
DP KE EES PLEO » FEF WIE EH BN Sit 
Oy te, EA SEBUM 7 BUS A GIR OO RR EE 1 
dah by BAH ERA, ST TORS 
AREER, el fe LPT VAS Sit, BB Tey BP LY Tel Se — BR 


ee $15,000-$20,000 
Starting Bid: $7,500 


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British Colony. Victoria Dollar 1867 AUSS NGC, KM10. A 
lesser-circulated representative of its type, this lustrous dollar 
retains ample mint brilliance, sufficient to produce a rich cart- 
wheel effect, this coupled with an impressive level of detail in the 
strike that is only slightly impacted by exchange. 


186744 48 @ El, AUS5 NGC, 

AY HH BY PS. SR OCH BRE EL, TREC, EVA RSL 
HBR It. Se Ana wT, 127 1S AER 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30298 








British Colony. Victoria Dollar 1867 AU Details (Cleaned) 
PCGS, KM10. Likely cleaned long ago and since retoned. Slightly 
glossy over the surfaces and expressing scattered iridescence to 
the obverse. 


1867 #6 =. AU Details (Cleaned) PCGS. 
FRAMERS, CERO. ROBALH, EWE 


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Estimate: $700-$900 
No Minimum Bid 





30299 British Colony. Victoria Dollar 1868 MS61 NGC, KM10, 


Prid-3. An issue only rarely encountered in the full glory of Mint 
State preservation, as indicated by a certified population of only 
a handful in that range as compared to the over 200 examples 
graded by PCGS and NGC to date in total. Bright and shimmer- 
ing luster radiates from the surfaces, with a typical spread of 
handling as is to be expected at this grade level. 


18684F #4 = El. MS61 NGC. | 

Ve — EMR MURTEIR EE, I iE 4% L PCCSAONGCH EA 
2004 Hei BASE — Re. HABE. BOE Jet, Mab akst alee 
EN JRE 

Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 











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30300 British Colony. Victoria Dollar 1868 AU Details (Cleaned) 


PCGS, KM10. A candidate worthy of close bidder consideration, 
this representative of the final date in the short-lived series fea- 
tures clear, sharp detail, both the obverse and reverse showcasing 
steel tone, lighter glowing accents contained within the outer 
border. 


186844434 2. AU Details (Cleaned) PCGS. 

DLE AN 4e THE AR LIN ic te ME, A BRE, 
2/01, aE, ON RR EN BE 

Estimate: $700-$900 

No Minimum Bid 








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30302 British Colony. George VI 5 Cents 1941-KN AU58 NGC, 
Kings Norton mint, KM22. A fleeting mint-date combination 
for the type, the present example displaying lustrous radiance 
concentrated toward the outer registers and an overall quality that 
borders quite closely to uncirculated condition. 


1941-KN4 #34 H1). AU58 NGC. 

(ERS. REEL AE, WEBCO AL SD SRE At Pe A, 
PAAR BELT. HEHE AK RE A Bt SAR Ti aL Oo 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








30301 British Colony. George VI Cent 1941 MS62 Brown NGC, 
KM7?4. Representing one of the greatest rarities of the Hong Kong 
series, the specimen at hand displays strong visual appeal for 
its assigned grade, joining a mesmerizing glossy quality with a 
delightful cocoa brown patina. Close examination reveals exceed- 
ingly little in the way of handling, while an impressive liveliness 
to the surfaces and a commendable clarity of strike draw the eye 
nearer for further appreciation and enjoyment. 


194144 #5 — (i, MS62 Brown NGC. 
SRRMPLAEES—, LABHILEMAA ATES, & 
TICE, Ae ELAR ERS, A LS HR, tH 
SMG, REVUE, BHOARREF. 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








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30303 British Colony. Elizabeth II 12-Piece Uncertified gold “Lunar” 1000 Dollars Proof Set, 


1) “Royal Visit” 1000 Dollars 1975, KM38 

2) “Year of the Dragon” 1000 Dollars 1976, KM40 
3) “Year of the Snake” 1000 Dollars 1977, KM42 
4) “Year of the Horse” 1000 Dollars 1978, KM44 
5) “Year of the Sheep” 1000 Dollars 1979, KM45 
6) “Year of the Monkey” 1000 Dollars 1980, KM47 
7) “Year of the Rooster” 1000 Dollars 1981, KM48 
8) “Year of the Dog” 1000 Dollars 1982, KM50 

9) “Year of the Pig” 1000 Dollars 1983, KMS51 

10) “Year of the Rat” 1000 Dollars 1984, KM52 
11) “Year of the Ox” 1000 Dollars 1985, KM53 

12) “Year of the Tiger” 1000 Dollars 1986, KM54 
13) “Royal Visit” 1000 Dollars 1986, KM57 

14) “Year of the Rabbit” 1000 Dollars 1987, KM58 


An impressive complete set of lunar issues, all displaying bold cameo contrasts with limited evidence of haze. The set comes in an attractive 


wooden display case, and each individual coin is accompanied by its original case of issue and informational booklet. Total AGW 6.59 oz. (Total: 
14 coins) 


Hee HRA. TAH AA 1LOOOTHBAS, —A14. KEM. 
1) 19754 RAL 10007; 

2) 197647 #E4F + A 100070; 

1977 8 4F 10007; 

19784544 4 10002; 

197944 4 + 410007; 

19804448 4 10007; 

198146 2547 oe 
19824644 + 100070; 
198344 Fe4F 
198444 i444 10007; 
19854444 + 410007; 
19764 FF + 410007; 
198644 a KAL 1000; 
19874 #,4F + 10007. 


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AAP a 6.59 at &] , 

Estimate: $12,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $6,000 


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INDIA 








30304 Hyderabad. Mir Usman ali Khan gold Ashrafi AH 1344 Year 


15 (1925) MS64+ PCGS, KM-Y57a, Fr-1165. Boldly struck, 
leaving no traces of weakness, shimmering aurous brilliance held 
within the fine details of the raised design. Scarce in this near- 
gem condition. 


19254F AY Re iE fe te E+ #Ashrafise MS64+ PCGS. 

PRAT. BAER, HE RN aT A ALA 
tt FGemA ny KATA i ti 

Estimate: $900-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 


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30305 





British India. Victoria gold Mohur 1841.-(c) AUS5 NGC, 
Calcutta mint, KM462.1, Fr-1595a, S&W-3.7. Type A obverse, 
Type I reverse. W.W. incuse on truncation, plain 4 (without serif). 
Lightly circulated, though well-struck with an appreciable degree 
of detail, a brilliant red-gold tone adding further pop to the 
devices. A very scarce and popular issue. 

Ex. Commander Collection 


184147 3% JB AVE te, AUS5S NGC. 

1 RA AE HR, ER GR, REV A, PAR. ALE 
AAg SPL, ERE eR, AP ne, EA 

El: Commander Kj AFI 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








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30306 Republic gold Proof “Manjusri Statue” 5000 Rupiah 1970 


PR64 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM29. Mintage: 2,150. A limited pro- 
duction gold issue that commemorates 25 years of Independence, 
with deeply-reflective mirrors and an obverse design that features 
the Manjusri statue. 


LOTOAEN KE, (xc RE BER | SOOON KA, PR64 Ultra 


Cameo NGC, 
BAT 22,1507. REBT NE ALA, DAR RS AVE aL 2 
4B, oR aE TH, Ems Ja SCRE EIR. 


Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 
Starting Bid: $500 





30307 





Republic gold “Komodo Dragon” 100000 Rupiah 1974 MS67 
NGC, Royal mint, KM41, Fr-6. Mintage: 5,333. Conservation 
Series. 


197444 ENE, ALE & #2 100,000HNV E/E 4", MS67 NGC. 
BRIER, B47 5,333. AAA. 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30308 Republic 5-Piece Certified silver Rupiah Proof Set 1970 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
1) “Great Bird of Paradise” 200 Rupiah - PR68, KM23 
2) “Manjusri Statue” 250 Rupiah - PR67, KM24 
3) “Wayang Dancer” 500 Rupiah - PR67, KM25 
4) “Garuda Bird” 750 Rupiah - PR67, KM26 
5) “General Sudirman” 1000 Rupiah - PR66, KM27 


KM-PS2. A beautiful Proof set, devoid of haziness, and struck to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Indonesian independence. Comes with mint 
COA. (Total: 5 coins) 


LO7OAARNN EE BFA WATS RY, —41 4x. Ultra Cameo NGC. 


1) KR#® B200H/E)8 - PR6S; 

2) XA HE Z5OEV/EJR - PR67: 

3) Hy Fe 5SOORVE JE - PR67: 

4) 238 SB 750N/E)8 - PR67; 

5) Rid 4B 1OOOEN EJS - PR6G. 


— AL Se Ree GR, CIES, MALE 25a. MRR ES. 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 





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30309 Tempo Tsuho 9-Coin 100 Mon Money Tree ND (1846-1870) AU, cf. KM-C7, Hartill-5.7 (for coin type). 245x130mm. Each coin: 48x3l1mm. A 
rare remnant of the casting process, well-presented with minimal evidence of extra metal around the edges of the coins. For the sake of accuracy, 
we note that the remnants of likely an old label can be seen on the back. 


1846-18707AA thi BS BSH, —2RILAL. AU/UNC. 

245x1302B 7K. BG: 48x31 EK, HSE OSE ee, FL, Be ee RS. HMA Bee. 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





30310 





Meiji Yen Year 3 (1870) MS65 NGC, KM-Y5.1, JNDA 01-9. Type 1. A dazzling gem pairing shimmering silver luster with a light graphite and 
sea-green patina to create a superb visual display. Visually compelling and worthy of close consideration. 


Hie =4F (1870) —IBlsk. MS65 NGC, 

KA—. MEE ANRC RRE, CURA BREA, SHEN TDR, BAF. 
Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 








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30311 Meiji Yen Year 3 (1870) MS65 NGC, KM-Y5.1, JNDA 





01-9. Type 1. A frosty gem example exuding fluid argent 
luster against icy central devices and fields. Tied for the sec- 
ond-finest yet certified across both major grading services. 
From the Cape Coral Collection 


Pie =“ (1870) — lal sk, MS65 NGC. | 

FR HL ih TH, SRG SG BA, TEP SP ESR A. Ne a A 
DAATHAT ?, RAED 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





30312 Meiji Yen Year 3 (1870) MS64 NGC, KM-Y5.1, JNDA 01-9. 


Type 1. A bold example conveying free-flowing silvery luster and 
careful preservation. Nearly blast white with the faintest hint of 
accenting tone decorating the outer legends. 


Pye =4F (1870) —lsk'it, MS64 NGC. . 
HR. ET, REDE, RH, HR UL, to 
Dh Fl XH 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30313 Meiji Yen Year 28 (1895) MS67 NGC, KM-YA25.3. 


A superb specimen combining near-unbeatable tech- 
nical and visual appeal, a consequence of essentially 
undisturbed surfaces, lightly toned with an almost seamlessly 
intermingled silvery and peach hue. Not a single example cur- 
rently certifies finer than this gorgeous representative, making 
the offering an ideal candidate for the discriminating collector. 
From the Cape Coral Collection 


Pe—t/\4F (1895) —[BlsKtit, MS67 NGC, | 
REY IS, dat ONL er ae i: A SO, SR EE 
LIM OTH. ARATE RAAT KRERZ |, BR 
EY — win, GER OG ey BY BER He AK 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 











30314 Meiji Yen Year 34 (1901) MS67 NGC, KM-YA25.3. A stunning 


example certified at the very apex of quality yet seen for the date, 
and undoubtedly near the peak for the type as a whole. Admirably 
lustrous, the surfaces graced with a coppery-peach tone amidst a 
full and swirling cartwheel effect, with even scrupulous inspec- 
tion yielding no disturbances to the exceptional aesthetic appeal. 
From the Cape Coral Collection 


Wig=t+ (1901) —lalskt. MS67 NGC. 

fel 2 fa aK RG — 4B EY LPR, Aik hie Bl WY TR OL a 7 
fi fe OE, Tit EY HE He 5 BK a HE, FE Rh, EE 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








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30318 


Meiji gold 5 Yen Year 6 (1873) MS64+ NGC, Osaka mint, 
KM-Y lla. Flashy and bright, the shimmering fields absent any 
noteworthy flaws, the overall quality of the specimen decidedly 





30315 Meiji Yen Year 36 (1903) MS66+ NGC, KM-YA25.3. 


Positively bathed in luster and mint frost, the devices 
utterly crisp and laid within a sea of argent brilliance that 
carries equally across the obverse and reverse. Undoubtedly 
among the very finest conditional survivors extant. 
From the Cape Coral Collection 


Hie =+ 4 (1903) — SRK. MS66+ NGC. 

FRRCARRS, FRSA. AEROS Fl, SRI. MEAT 
BY TA AM ue tH, AACE RE, 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








30316 


Meiji Trade Dollar Year 9 (1876) MS61 Prooflike NGC, 
KM-Y 14, J&V-R3, JNDA 01-12. Sharp, flashy, and visually com- 
pelling, this fully uncirculated trade dollar exudes bright silvery 
luster, the open expanses revealing mirrorlike reflectivity at 
every turn. A handsome specimen, even considering the handling 
that accompanies the grade. 


Hig 7L4F (1876) #% Sk. MS61 Prooflike NGC. 
BRIE FEY — 7. RE He SE FT BIT, BRE SR IG ae SLR AY. RAK 
Je RR IC, FRC. BR, HEF. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30317 





Meiji gold 5 Yen Year 6 (1873) MS66 NGC, Osaka mint, 
KM-Y1la, Fr-47. Nearly devoid of contact or handling, the fields 
speckled in golden frost and carrying fluid luster across impres- 
sively pristine fields. Quite scarce in this state of preservation, 
and among the finest certified to date. 

Ex. Ministry of Finance Hoard 


Pie \4E (1873) HM, MS66 NGC. 
KBGEMR, MAR A, SHAR, RMT, aA 
a Hs ORFF AK RE HO LN AE LA 
RP. 

HH EL: Bet er i 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 








near gem. A contested type in this premium condition. 


Pie 7\4e (1873) HE. MS64+ NGC. . 
Ae, SCH Fe, AR RK ER, EE A RS 
HE RGEMRY tn. SCE KA, ARR ET. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








30319 





Taisho Yen Year 3 (1914) MS65 PCGS, KM-Y38. Beautifully 
toned, with a palette of lime green and gold bordered by a ring 
of amber and oakwood peripheral color. As a type, scarce in 
gem quality, and much more so with such wondrous eye appeal. 
From the Cape Coral Collection 


A IE =F (1914) — WSR. MS65 PCGS. 

RGA, Bo LR ee RE, ONE FTE RHR AER 
So DRA de, FE RSI. 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 





30320 





Netherlands East Indies. Japanese Occupation tin Sen NE 
2604 (1944) MS64 PCGS, Osaka mint, KM-YA66 (listed under 
Japan), JNDA 08-3. Exceedingly scarce as a type, this occupa- 
tional issue saw nearly all of its mintage either lost or remelted at 
the mint in Osaka, with those few pieces that do survive seldom 
having escaped at least light circulation and corrosion. This 
present piece, however, is entirely fresh, presently among the 
finest certified, and even outranks the Norman Jacobs specimen 
by a grade point. 


194.446 er J ENE EAN HE IF Ge 1 8 HE, MS64 PCGS. | 
KGGER, BEL REA. FER ERAM 
DEK, REA K ie See Se, TA SE BT oh A AB 
JERS, REAR, OL, MURAD Oa 
FER, Wee BS HP ay TR oe A, be TE eS TR PB — 
BPFH —Ay, Wet RK 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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KOREA 


KOREA 





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30321 Kuang Mu gold 10 Won Year 10 (1906) AU58 NGC, Osaka 


mint, KM1130, J&V-AD5 (R), CKCB-28.2. Mintage: 5,000. A 
very fresh representative of this iconic Korean type, preserving 
a hearty degree of mint luster that continues to whirl around 
the fields, suggesting a level of preservation very near to Mint 
State status, and bounded only by minor handling in the fields. 
Perhaps one of the most popular issues of the nation despite its 
issuance during the period of Japanese occupation (the denomina- 
tion featuring on the cover of The Catalog of Korean Coins and 
Banknotes, 2013 edition), the 10 Won was produced for only two 
years—the 1909 being virtually unattainable, and most of the 
mintage of this date being retained by the Bank of Japan to back 
gold notes and then melted later on. As such surviving specimens 
in any sort of appreciable quality are very rare and command 
aggressive prices amongst collectors. 


ARR 1906) +4, AUS8 NGC. 

KBE MUR. SUT IE5 OOOH. SAPHANSE DRAM, ARE Bo 
HBR, (RAE AK Ret Tel 4098, RMR EOLA LB, (GH 
BT, SCH AY AEE 7B, 2013 CHE Be A Bl Sh A I 
TH ELSE (EY Te. HE ae BT AE, P1909 FT Bo 
F WOT ERA, BELLA, REAR OT ASR AT BR 
ATRALLD RR, BAR BARBRA ORBLE AR RS RT HN BF 
Ti Ay FEL, (LPR RAK 

Estimate: $7,000-$9,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 





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30322 Constitutional Monarchy gold “Malayan Tapir” 500 Ringgit 


1976 MS69 NGC, KM21. Mintage: 2,894. Conservation series. 
Displaying near-flawless preservation joined by a ample mint 
brilliance. A popular conservation which saw a mintage number- 
ing fewer than 3,000 examples struck. 


197644 BRE RRR] SO0SH aH. MS69NGC. 
BAT 2 8947. FE TRAIN. REMEBER, WHR 
JR Ho. TAT INK A, SEE BCE HD 73, 000K. 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 


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30323 Constitutional Monarchy 3-Piece gold & silver “Conservation” 


Set 1976, 

1) “Malaysian Gaur” 15 Ringgit - UNC, KM19 

2) “Rhinoceros Hornbill” 25 Ringgit - UNC, KM20 

3) gold “Malayan Tapir’ 500 Ringgit - MS69 NGC, KM21 


KM-PS2. A well-preserved conservation set including two uncer- 
tified silver issues, the gold “Tapir” 500 Ringgit certified near 
flawlessness. (Total: 3 coins) 


19764F RW be SF By RAIS SR, BEM 


1) CRRA EA] 154 SR UNC; 
2) [RXESB) 25 S#4k - UNC; 
3) | RR) 500484" - MS69 NGC, 


RAE CHE, PU BCSR PAGER, "EPP RA] 50048 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 
Starting Bid: $1,000 


MONGOLIA 








30324 People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Tiger” 50000 


Tugrik (5 0z) 1998 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM177. Mintage: 
99. A very fleeting large-size lunar issue, and the first of its type 
we have seen, with an utter paucity of recent sales records and just 
a total of 2 pieces currently certified at NGC. Appearing quite 
near to perfection, the surfaces do not reveal the least trace of 
haze or copper spotting. 


1998 FRE RF50000H HH 4 i Se (5a Bl) . PROB 
Ultra Cameo NGC. 

BT EID. HEME ADAM APR, EPUB 
MEF, STI UY KC ah ATR A AK AENGCEP MM. HH 
RPL, RALARRPK. 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 








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NETHERLANDS 


NETHERLANDS 





30325 








Utrecht. Provincial Ducaton (Silver Rider) 1761 MS64 NGC, 
KM92.1, Dav-1832, Delm-1031. A boldly struck example whose 
surfaces are graced with a sleek and balanced gunmetal patina, 
shimmering underlying luster easily evident upon even cursory 
inspection. 


17612 fa BS 49 BY GE ACR BL]. MS64 NGC. 
ia PRR LAHIRI, A. JR ARR OES 


Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 
Starting Bid: $1,000 


NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 





30326 





Dutch Colony. United East India Company silver Duit 1757 
MS64 NGC, KM-PnB2, cf. Scholten-285 (listed only in Proof). 
Gelderland issue. Variety with serifs on N’s. Quite likely amongst 
the finest certified of this very elusive type which was appar- 
ently missing from the Seki Collection, the surfaces presenting an 
overall mint-fresh appearance that is so often absent within this 
series. 


175 74F fa RAVE A Al Duitsk¥. MS64 NGC. . 
HEARS BUT, NFA BL BEE LEN HE, BESekiK IRR 
eA. Wee BE, APIS PI eo, FORRR, API 
#E tt — Flo 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30327 


Dutchy Colony. United East India Company 3 Gulden 1786 
MS63 NGC, Harderwiyk mint, KM54, Scholten-62b. Gelderland 
issue. A popular Dutch colonial type that proves exceedingly 
challenging in better states of preservation, the present piece 
ranked as the finest example of both the type-date and variety 
yet certified by NGC. Uniformly struck, save for only isolated 
highpoint weakness, with appealing satiny luster decorating the 
planchet. 


1786 tH REN EA] 3 ASR, MS63 NGC. 

Pe FD 1S 18 50 te EC. YEE BA RT. Ter J PL RH HO a 
PY aA, TRAP AK RE REN PIS EDL. NGCA EBFC at 
HEMEL ERE PH ERM, BAER, AVERY 

1 AE TAS 7H a, RRA RSA CIE A 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30328 





Sumatra. Singapore Merchants copper Proof Keping Token 
AH 1251 (1836) PR64 Brown PCGS, Soho mint, KM-Tn5, Prid- 
39A. A scarcer type, standing as the first specimen of this token 
issue we have handled and the only example currently certified by 
PCGS, its distinctive Proof finish revealing an even coca hue over 
the fields. 


AH 1251 (18364F) #r me @ lKeping te sh. RPA 
Ht. PR64 Brown PCGS. . 
FEE, BENG. BAP IGAT LAK. PCCSAMBIL—K 
Nef TERR, CR] Hl RE. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30329 





Sumatra. East India Company copper Proof 3 Kepings AH 
1202 (1787) PR64 Brown PCGS, Soho mint, cf. KM259.1 (date 
unlisted), Prid-7A, Scholten-950. A glassy and quite well-execut- 
ed Proof, which by all indications has appeared more infrequently 
on the market in recent years than the patterns of the same date. 
Tied with the Seki example we sold last January, which brought 
$1800. 


AH 1202 (17874) BPA tr BOR AVE A 213 Kepings ty se 
i, PR64 Brown NGC. 

PRR EK. SELEY, UHL AEA lS. FE 
ue, BC Hl Fo HC 1 AS I KF, 
PEMA DEE, BAAS 1 800% TUE HE. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





30330 





Sumatra. East India Company copper Proof 3 Kepings AH 
1213 (1798) PR64 Brown NGC, Soho mint, KM259.2, Prid-8A. 
A type which borders on rare in Proof grades, and perhaps visu- 
ally even nicer than the Seki specimen (also a PR64 Brown) which 
we offered in January 2019, this piece displaying even color with 
hints of a reddish hue to the surfaces. 


AH 1213 (17984F) Be PYAAR a BOR VE A 2] 3 Kepings ty 2 sa 
i. PR64 Brown NGC. 

PRR EL. We SRE AN Bl SE a EH, ti LE 201946 1 A 
tH — AE IF, WLC HY a eS, ALS BE. 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 


PHILIPPINES 














30331 


USA Administration Peso 1911-S MS62 PCGS, KM172, Allen- 
17.06. Mintage: 463,000. The final two issues in the reduced size 
Philippines peso series had the lowest mintages in the reduced 
size peso series, struck in San Francisco from 1907 through 
1912. Sharply struck with brilliant, frosty mint luster and hints of 
peripheral lilac and blue toning. 

Ex. Mahal Collection 


1911-S44E4# B14 %. MS62 PCGS. 

BAT 2463,000%. aE EH AB RA 
EAA RIK. 1907-19124H ESA 
Me, RMI eA, Oh A KR AE 
HE: Mahal 3S ui jet A 7 

Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 





STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 








30332 British Colony. Edward VII 50 Cents 1907 MS63 PCGS, 


London mint, KM24. Satiny across surfaces evenly and lightly 
toned, a slightly dappled pattern of patination visible to either 
side. Scarce in this choice preservation, and tied for the second- 
finest certified by PCGS. 


190 74F FB WA FEL 31850 fh, MS63 PCGS. 

ft BEEK. RM ZAARMICE, Bar 3k, Al ey BS et 
PSE. AR FEAR RAE AD, Se 4 Y PCGSAT EBD 
Estimate: $900-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





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30333 


British Colony. Edward VII Dollar 1904-B MS64 NGC, 
Bombay mint, KM25, Prid-4. A superior example of this British 
colonial type, featuring minimally disturbed surfaces dressed in 
colorful touches of tone at the outer registers, the reverse periph- 
eries displaying scintillating brilliance with a fine veil of tone 
decorating the center. Very difficult and highly collectible in this 
upper-end tier of certified condition. 


1904-B4F 3 Ja Wk 7 Rt, El. MS64 NGC. 

EEEER. ROR EMR. RATT 
fh, CREB MM, FIR A TAA: ERICH, IEP GRY 
AE ES LG . FE NELRR, EME 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





THAILAND 





30334 





= 7 


Rama IV “Bullet” 4 Baht (Tamlung) ND (1851-1868) AU, 
KM-C139.1, LeMay-pg. 92, Plate XX, 16, Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pg. 136, Plate E30. 21mm. 60.45gm. With Mongkut 
stamp. Variety with 8 dots in chakra. Highly attractive for this 
final series of bullet coins produced for general circulation in 
Siam, with a clarity and fullness of detail expressed in the two 
stamps that is rarely preserved even on the highest quality pieces. 


1851-18684 73% tt FSR A oR, AU. 

21% 7K. B60.45%. ARERR. A/\ EOIN A 
ie — He RAT IN , REE, ik a ea Ht 
— Fl, PA HA RN 5 SERA, FEL BE ER EY RR Tt BT oH, BN (a Fe 
HE TA SN BF PRA SL, SA LVR GRAL 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 


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30335 Rama IV copper Pattern Baht 1868 MS63 Brown NGC, 





Uncertain English mint, KM-Pn28, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 
164, Plate F32. Reeded edge. A difficult pattern type, here seen 
with fetching cocoa brown surfaces, sharply detailed, and absent 
any significant handling to detract from a well-balanced eye- 
appeal. 


18684 43% tH 1 Ae ak Set, MS63 Brown NGC. 

Be. PEATE, AM EAE, AEA, KATE RY 
REED, ZRRRAA, RR. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








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ANNAM 


SESSION TWO 


ANNAM 








31001 





French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS67 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


193344 ZR AGH. MS67 PCGS. 
ISS, HH1LSR. BA. 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 





31002 


31003 


31004 


31005 


31006 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS67 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F-2 A RAR. MS67 PCGS. 
182%. HH1L55. BME, WIRATC . 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS67 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F-& HtRA I. MS67 PCGS. 
182%. HH155. BEE, WIAA 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS67 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F HRA. MS67 PCGS. 
ISS. MH155. BHR, MIRA 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS67 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F- XH RAI. MS67 PCGS. 
ISS. HH155. BHR, MIRA 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS67 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


193347 HRA. MS67 PCGS. 
182%. HH155%. BORE, WIRA TC 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


31007 


31008 


31009 


31010 


31011 


31012 


31013 


31014 


31015 





Session Two, Auction #3087 | Saturday, December 19, 2020 | 2:00 PM HKT 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


19334 ZH RAW ®. MS66 PCGS. 
ISZk. HH15%. BO. 

Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


19334 ZH RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
SSX. HH#15%. BH. 

Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


193344 XH RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
ISS, HBLSR. BO. 

Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


1933-24 tRAWH. MS66 PCGS. 
ISB, HH15%. BH. 

Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


1933-44 ZH RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
1ISZxk, H#15%. BA. 

Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


1933424 RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
1ISSk, HH1L5SR. BRIE, 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


1933424 RAW. MS66 PCGS. 
1I8SBk. HH#15%. BH. 

Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


19334 ZH RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
ISBxk., HH#15%. BH. 

Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 
Unfinished planchet. 


19334F & HRA. MS66 PCGS. 
ISB, HH155%. BAKE, PAA. 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


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ANNAM 


31016 


31017 


31018 


31019 


31020 


31021 


31022 


31023 


31024 


138 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


193344 XH RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
182%. HH155. BEE, PRAT 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F-Z RAAB. MS66 PCGS. 
1I8SZk, HH15%. BME, SAAT. 
Estimate: $150-$250 

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French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F-Z A RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
1I8SZ*, HH155%. BME, RAS. 
Estimate: $150-$250 

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French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


193344 XH RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
182%. HH155. BEE, WIAA ho 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F XH RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
182k, HH15%. BMA, CARAT. 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F XA RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
1I8SZk., HH155%. BMA, CARAT. 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


193344 XH tkAIHH. MS66 PCGS. 
ISS. HH155. BORE, MIRA ho 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F-£ A RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
1I8SZk, HH15%. BORE, PAT. 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 


PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 


Unfinished planchet. 


19334F XH RAAB. MS66 PCGS. 
1I8SZk. HH#15%. BMRA, PRAT. 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 





31025 


31026 


31027 


31028 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 
Unfinished planchet. 


19334F-Z FH RAAB. MS66 PCGS. 
1I8S2%k, HE155%. BAS, PAA. 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai Sapeque ND (1933) MS66 
PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issue. 
Unfinished planchet. 


1933442 RAI. MS66 PCGS. 
182. MH155. BME, PRAT 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai 3-Piece Lot of Certified 
Sapeques ND (1933) MS65 PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. 
Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issues. Unfinished planchets. 


1933F-Z RAH. — Al =7%. MS65 PCGS. 
1I8SZk. HH#15%. BOK, BAZ R. 
Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


French Protectorate. Bao-Dai 3-Piece Lot of Certified 
Sapeques ND (1933) MS65 PCGS, Lec-29. 18mm. 
Approximately 1.50gm. Uniface issues. Includes both unfinished 
planchet (1) and regular planchet (2) types. 


19334¢-X HRA. — al = 7%. MS65 PCGS. _ 
ne AH1.5 5. BH. RRA SER, BOP CRE 
AM Fr0 

Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


BRITISH NORTH BORNEO 








31029 


Labuk Tobacco Company nickel Proof 50 Cents Plantation 
Token ND (pre-1924) PR62 NGC, LaWe-687. Type struck in 
nickel, coin alignment. A scarce plantation token issue, the first 
of this variety that we have offered. 


192446 Fi eB ALA EN pe oe ER A BRA 5 a 
fei, PR62 NGC. 

SREB As 7A BY 07 ee Fe EL SMT RA, i eh, 
Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 





31030 


Sandakan Tobacco Company Proof 50 Cents ND (ca. 1924) 
PR64 Red and Brown NGC, SS-56, Prid-65. Semi-reflective and 
flashy in hand. An appealing example of this lesser-encountered 


type. 


19244 BAL ZW RES ARAB] 50 tile 4, PRO 
Red and Brown NGC, 

Hee, Ue RI. DE. 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


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31031 


31032 


Sandakan Tobacco Company Proof Dollar ND (pre-1896) 
PR64 Red and Brown NGC, Prid-64, LaWe-752 (RRR). 
Primarily volcanic red despite the Red and Brown designation, 
the surfaces displaying flowing, watery luster. 


LS9O6FH RE ALESWUATREs Aa & A eR a 
Ht, PR64 Red and Brown NGC, 

BRAGA, KR EE. 

Estimate: $400-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Pair of copper Proof Tobacco Company Tokens Red and 
Brown NGC, 

1) Labuk Tobacco Company 20 Cents - PR63, SS-20, Prid-41 

2) Sandakan Tobacco Company 10 Cents - PR64, SS-52, Prid-67 


A choice pair of copper Proof tobacco company tokens. (Total: 2 
coins) 


Se JB AL EN A] A, — ALA. Red and Brown NGC. 
1) a7 oe EE BU a IRA =] 201) - PR63; 

2) WaT AR Ra RAHI 10 - PR64. 

KAAS] TNS, BEEN 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


CAMBODIA 





31033 


31034 


31035 





Sisowath I silver Matte Specimen “20th Indo-Chinese 
Battalion” Medal 1917 SP64 PCGS, Lec-134. 32mm. An attrac- 
tively produced piece with minimal evidence of handling and a 
very high relief to the devices, all suggesting that it is very near to 
gem certification. 


191746 RH ER BL tt SAR. SPA PCGS. 

B22 ko BITRE JE Ee URE, BP RELGEM 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Proof “Cambodian Dancers” 5000 Riels 1974 PR68 
Ultra Cameo NGC, K M61. Mintage: 800. 


197422 HAR SES | SOOOFHG tH #2 sR, PR68 Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 

FEAT E800. 

Estimate: $250-$350 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Proof “Lon Nol” 10000 Riels 1974 PR69 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, K M62. Featuring President Lon Nol. 


1974 4E Jae HEE] 1000084 BGR. PR6O Ultra 
rave NGC, 
Be Ae Eo 
cea $300-$400 
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31036 


CEYLON 


British Colony. George III 2 Stivers 1815 MS62 Brown NGC, 
KM82.1, Prid-90. Variety without rose below bust. Merlot-hued, 
with red luster gripping the devices to accentuating effect. 


181544 3% )5 372 Stivers#4"*, MS62 Brown NGC, 
ERP. WHALE KE, CEXE WER, 
Estimate: $200-$400 

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31037 





British Colony. George IV Rixdollar 1821 MS63 NGC, KM8&4, 
Prid-82. Excellent for the type, with sharp device definition 
matched by abundant silvery luster and touches of contrasting 
peripheral tone. 


182146 # JB 3464170. MS63 NGC, 





31038 


31039 


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qR ae EA ak, SEA ie, BGR EE RR 
fi HAT LL 
Estimate: $600-$800 
No Minimum Bid 
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EMPIRE 


Xin Dynasty. Wang Mang (Rebel, AD 7-23) “Da Bu Heng 
Qian” Spade Valued at 1000 ND (AD 10-14) Certified 82 by 
Gong Bo Grading, Hartill-9.29, Jen-85. The obverse characters 
read: “Da Bu Heng (Huang) Qian” (Large Spade, Weight One 
Thousand). One of the “Ten Spades” issued as part of Wang 
Mang’s third reform in AD 10, which ultimately failed in its goal 
of reforming the currency system. 


FRA CATT 234) AMF, MGT BL 82. | 
TEEN (AEF , SA BEIM OOOH [NRE] WKB 
Ati Hae ENTE O AE Sema, PORES a, BO 
a ie: $150 

No Minimum Bid 


Qing Dynasty. Henan Yaoding (“Waisted”) Sycee of 5 Taels 
ND (c. 19th Century) XF (Scuff, Lightly Cleaned), Cribb- 
XXXVI_B.402. 47x32mm. 184.08gm. Stamp reads: “Liang Chi 
Chang” (Laing Chichang, the name of the responsible smith). 
Cribb notes that the British Museum example of this type includ- 
ed a label ascribing that piece to Shanxi, though the Shanxi 
Yaoding on Tai’s website, Sycee Online, all feature a bank name. 


AT Ie | RAVES. XF (Scuff, Lightly Cleaned). 
11x32. #184 O34, GRE RAE RE, AMOR WA 
SE, Cribb +9 th tk ai it A 3 BL Ay aE — AIRE LE Le HA, wh 
Sie WE TE BAH ALY LL aR SESE. 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


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31040 


31041 


31042 


31043 


31044 


31045 


140 


Qing Dynasty 3-Piece Lot of Uncertified Inscriptionless Sycee 


1) Shangdong Xiaoyuanbao (“Small Principal’) Sycee of 0.3 
Taels ND - XF, cf. Cribb-Class XX VIII.A. 21mm. 10.88gm. 

2) Shangdong Xiaoyuanbao (“Small Principal”) Sycee of 0.3 
Taels ND - XF, cf. Cribb-Class XX VIII.A. 22mm. 10.36gm. 

3) Shangdong Xiaobao (“Small”) Sycee of 0.5 Taels ND - XF 
(Chipped), cf. Cribb Class-X X VII.B. 27mm. 17.51gm. 


An interesting group of smaller sycee. (Total: 3 coins) 


Re VE TR ASR GE, — AB = HK. 

1) aR pes Sw 4akse - XF, 212B-k, 10.88%. 

2) WRANTCHO.SMH RSE - XF, 222K. 10.36%. 

3) WR NE ARE XF (Chipped) . 272k. 17.51%. 


— AE et BAT REY JSR SE 
Estimate: $200-$400 
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Qing Dynasty. Yunnan Sanchuo Jieding (“Three-Stamp 
Remittance”) “Packsaddle” Sycee of 4-1/2 Taels ND (19th- 
20th Century) XF (Holed, Test Marks), cf. Cribb-LXVI.I.981 
(different weight), Assay Mark Al. 58x35mm. 158.61gm. Cast 
at Qingfengsheng Bank, inspected by assayers Tong, She, and 
Duan. Each of the three main stamps reads: “Qing Feng Sheng 
Ji Hui Hao Wen Yin” (Qingfengsheng Bank, remittance bank 
fine silver), assay stamps read: “Gong Gu Tong She Duan Kan” 
(Inspected by public assayers Tong, She, and Duan). Lightly 
handled, though still with good legibility, a square test punch 
visible on the face, and a group of crescent-shaped test marks and 
an “X” on the back. 


Jatt 2 yee Se. XF (Holed, Test Marks). 
S8EKX35S EK. 158.6150. BES GC um, BREN | Be Se 


BO HE EAR | ie 27 BR HH eR W, REL ERB : 
AAR, SR ROORE, RHR. ERA-EF RA, 4 


7 Bt A WARE BG Heo 
Estimate: $500-$700 
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Northern Song Dynasty. Hui Zong (1101-1125) 10 Cash ND 
(1107-1110) Certified 85 by Gong Bo Grading, Hartill-16.426. 
41.3mm. 18.1gm. Traces of tooling are noted on the reverse. 


Ab (1101-11254F) AMEE t+. DEER 85. 
AL32X, £18.1%. HABE. 

Estimate: $100-$150 

No Minimum Bid 


Northern Song Dynasty. Hui Zong (1101-1125) 20-Piece Lot 
of Certified 10 Cash ND (1101-1125) Genuine NGC, Includes 
various types and conditions, as pictured. (Total: 20 coins) 


AAR 238 A, —40204. Genuine NGC. 
we, KARRAZ MIE, PRIRR. 
Estimate: $500-$700 

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Northern Song Dynasty. Hui Zong (1101-1125) 20-Piece Lot 
of Certified 10 Cash ND (1101-1125) Genuine NGC, Includes 
various types and conditions, as pictured. (Total: 20 coins) 


TAR a, —40204k, Genuine NGC. 
on a, yea FLL, PAIR. 
Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 


Southern Song Dynasty. Li Zong (1225-1264) 100 Cash ND 
(1241-1252) Certified by Gong Bo Grading, Hartill-17.806, 
FD-1549. 52mm. 34.5gm. A scarcer type, some tooling around the 
character “Bai” noted on the reverse. 
1225-12644F RE oi Te. MT Mi 
S22, 234.5%. LAK, Fe Ia) PARI. 
Estimate: $300-$400 

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31046 


Qing Dynasty “Irregular-Shaped” Charm ND Certified 85 
by Gong Bo Grading, CCH-Unl. 56.7x48.9mm. 36.9gm. The 
obverse reads “Longevity and Prosperity”, and the reverse reads 
“House Full of Treasures.” 


att Be aS. ME eT 85. 

9EK, B36. Ox. EF THAIS (Rope a | RSE 
a | o 

Estimate: $75-$125 

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31047 


Qing Dynasty Charm ND Certified 80 by Gong Bo Grading, 
CCH-Unl. 45mm. 21.3gm. Produced for success in the civil 
service exam. 


WARE TRB. MPP 80. ; 
A5Z*, 221.3%. ees RA), BAK 7G. 
Estimate: $100-$150 

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31048 


31049 


Qing Dynasty 8-Piece Lot of Certified Charms Gong Bo 
Grading, 

1) “Zhang Guolao” Charm - 85, 34.2mm. 10.4gm. 

2) “Han Zhongh” Charm - 82, 33.2mm. 11.2gm. 

3) “Lu Dongbin” Charm - 82, 33.5mm. 9.2g¢m. 

4) “Han Xiangzi” Charm - 85, 34.2mm. 12.2gm. 

5) “Li Tiegnai” Charm - 82, 32.5mm. 11.8gm. 

6) “Cao Guojiu” Charm - 82, 34.2mm. 13.2gm. 

7) “Lan Caihe” Charm - 82, 33.5mm. 13.2gm. 

8) “He Xiangu” Charm - 82, 34.9mm. 12.2gm. 


An intriguing set of charms featuring the eight immortals of the 
Taoist (Daoist) pantheon. (Total: 8 coins) 


eR CALS FILA a. —AL/\ i. MEP AL 
1) [aR AR) - GBCA 85, 34. 2K 10.435: 
2) 38168 HE | - GBCA 82, 33.2 11.25%; 
) TE Abs AJ - GBCA 82, 33. 
4) (#2 HF] - GBCA 85, 34. 
3 [ 44 (il) 24% | - GBCA 82, 32. 
7 


DoW: 
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Saat? 
Not 


2 
6) | el Bd | - GBCA 82, 34. 
) FERAL AD) - GBCA 82, 33. 
8) May etl te | - GBCA 82, 34. ae i2 OF 


LSU MER, EEA AR, AeA A 
fe SEL A Re, Bla AA BH 


Pinal $500-$700 
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Qing Dynasty. Wen Zong (1851-1861) 50 Cash ND (June 
1853-February 1854) Certified 85 by Gong Bo Grading, 
Board of Revenue mint, North Branch, Hartill-22.704. Type L. 
55.5mm. 61.9gm. Some minor tooling is noted around the reverse 
characters. 


1851- 18614 KO RE Rat at HEAL 85. 
Pauses, 55 52k, 61.9%. F CHAD >a BIE 
Estimate: $100-$150 

No Minimum Bid 


On 
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2 
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NMNobhd| 
Seereacananaet 


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31050 


31051 


31052 


31053 


31054 


31055 


31056 


31057 


Qing Dynasty. Wen Zong (1851-1861) 50 Cash ND (June 
1853-February 1854) Certified 85 by Gong Bo Grading, Board 
of Revenue mint, West Branch, Hartill-22.707. Type M. 46.7mm. 
40.9¢m. 


1851-61FR eee. MEM 85. 
PRUs, 4672, £40.9%. 
Estimate: $200-$300 

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Qing Dynasty. Wen Zong (1851-1861) 50 Cash ND (November 
1853-March 1854) Certified 82 by Gong Bo Grading, Board of 
Works mint, Old Branch, Hartill-22.759. Type L. 56.5mm. 45.6gm. 


1851-18614 2 BARAT AtR. MEER 82. 
THe, 5652, £45.6%. 

Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


Qin Dynasty. Wen Zong (1851-1861) 50 Cash ND (March 
1854-July 1855) Certified 85 by Gong Bo Grading, Board of 
Revenue mint, West Branch, Hartill-22.707. Type M. 48.4mm. 
4lgm. Showing evidence of tooling throughout the fields. 


1851-18614F RS BRET. Meet 85. 
Paes, A242 k, B41. RRA LIE, 
Estimate: $100-$150 

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Qing Dynasty. Wen Zong (1851-1861) 100 Cash ND (1853) 
Certified 82 by Gong Bo Grading, Wuchang mint, Hartill- 
22.861. 56mm. 52.8gm. 


1851-18614 2 HARE. MEER 82. 
REE, 562K, 52.8%. 

Estimate: $150-$200 

No Minimum Bid 


Qing Dynasty. Wen Zong (1851-1861) 100 Cash ND (1854- 
1855) Certified 78 by Gong Bo Grading, Kaifeng mint, 
Hartill-22.848. 49.6mm. 57.6gm. 


1851-1861# Rm 2 0 A Bo MEE 78. 
bese, 49062, H57.6R. 

Estimate: $100-$150 

No Minimum Bid 


Kuang-hsi 10 Cents ND (1908) VF35 PCGS, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y12, L&M-13. Variety without dot behind tail. A more 
heavily circulated example whose accenting graphite tone 
strengthens the raised features of the design. 


1908463 46 E38 8 Wt 8 70 ESR, VF35 PCGS. 
Ree, RARE. BARBARA, Oe 6 eye 
BY A fi 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1908) VF Details (Environmental 
Damage) PCGS, KM-Y14, L&M-11. Uniquely toned, perhaps 
because of its noted environmental alteration, the obverse domi- 
nated by fuchsia and azure coloration. 


1908463 44 45 38 eR Ht RX SR. VE Details 
(Environmental Damage) PCGS. 

Mey Hee LAE, FT RE ABR ee TE ARS ALE OR EEL, 
AE te YE 

Estimate: $200-$300 

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Kuang-hsu Dollar ND (1908) VF Details (Cleaned) PCGS, 
Tientsin mint, KM-Y14, L&M-11. A worthy type candidate dis- 
playing balanced visual appeal. 


1908463 44 3k eH 70 ERX | SR. VE Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. 

Rize te, BE BHAA. 

Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


31058 Hstian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS, 


KM-Y31, L&M-37. Without Dot & Flame variety. A well-struck 
representative featuring sharp detail despite a period spent in 
circulation. 


me =F (1911) Ales Sl. XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS. 
“DOLLAR” #48 Bi FOK M0 PRAT. BEE 18 An Bh 1 PR FT 


Estimate: $400-$600 
No Minimum Bid 


31059 Hstian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) XF Details (Cleaned) NGC, 


Tientsin mint, KM-Y31, L&M-37, Kann-227. No period, extra 
flame variety. Displaying monochrome silver color throughout 
the surfaces with good detail surviving moderate circulation. 


SM =F (1911) AiwSR SIAL. XF Details (Cleaned) NGC. 
AYES HR, SEALE BUD IGBL, ALE EAE, AACE, 
Estimate: $400-$600 

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31060 Hstian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS, 


KM-Y31, L&M-37. Lightly cleaned such that original luster 
remains, emanating from the recesses and peripheries against 
intricate surviving detail in the figure of the curled dragon. 


ea R=F 1911) ASR SEA. XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS. 
HE Le EI, PATI K ATR BB. 

Estimate: $400-$600 

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CHIHLI 








31061 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Cash ND (1904-1907) MS65 PCGS, Pei 


Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y66. A sun-gold gem expressing vibrant 
cartwheeling luster. 


1904-190 74F-4b 3 7t Aa 8 HS FAX. MS65 PCGS. 
ACHE RR ae Ie. TOE TE, WALA 

Estimate: $200-$300 

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31062 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar 34 (1908) AU Details (Cleaned) 


NGC, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. Retaining 
ample mint luster with the noted surface cleaning on the lighter 
side as compared to what is typically seen. 


B= TA (1908) ab MH BH RH. AU 
Details (Cleaned) NGC. . 

ALIFE. RICA. AA IRD 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


31063 Chihli. Kuang-hsu Dollar Year 34 (1908) XF40 PCGS, 


KM-Y73.3, LYM-465A. Short Spine variety. Matte-like in 
appearance owing to arich silty tone, darker touches accentuating 
the devices. An appealing circulated specimen. 


Jt § = TE (1908) 4G 3 ie 5 Ae 70 EG RX A SRE. XFAO 
PGs 
AGA. OCH, REGIE OR, SOLAN hs KK 


Estimate: $300-$400 
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31064 


Chihli. Kuang-hsu Pair of Certified Dollars Year 34 (1908) 
PCGS, 

1) Dollar - XF Details (Rim Repaired) 

2) Dollar - XF Details (Harshly Cleaned) 


KM-Y73.3, L&M465A. Short Spine variety. (Total: 2 coins) 


Mat G4 (1908) abe tM LH bRIADRE, AL 
Lo _PCGS BT Mo 
1) & ISR. XF Details (Rim Repaired). 
2) =Alak'*. XF Details (Harshly Cleaned). 
Fi EFL. 
Estimate: $400-$600 
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FENGTIEN 














31065 Fengtien. Kuang-hsu 10 Cash CD 1907 AU58 Brown NGC, 
KM-Y10e.3. Glossy and well-kept, with a preservation that 
appears very nearly Mint State in hand. 
ee (19074F) sb ae AFie Ae SMT xc P|. AUS8 Brown 
Pe, ROE EHR, HILMS4 on mK. 

Estimate: $300-$500 
No Minimum Bid 

31066 Fengtien. Kuang-hsu 20 Cents CD 1904 XF40 PCGS, 
KM-Y91.1, L&M-485. Toned to a soft metallic hue in the fields, 
with abundant detail preserved despite circulation. 

HU enon) AK 418 76 6 70 SR. §©=XFAO 
PCGS 
F Fou M, BS VRE TAA 
Estimate: $200-$300 
No Minimum Bid 
FUKIEN 

31067 Fukien. Republic 20 Cents CD 1911 AU Details (Harshly 
Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y377, L&M-299. A type which is generally 
difficult to locate without evidence of cleaning, the present speci- 
men nonetheless showing admirable detail and all evidence of a 
strong strike. 
FA 19114) BMAD HH ee FB — ROD ER 
f#]_| . AU Details (Harshly Cleaned) PCGS. 
Gh OA HER AR, KA AB EN A i Bie, EE PB a) IB ENR 
mA 
Estimate: $150-$200 
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31068 


31069 


Fukien. Republic 20 Cents CD 1923 MS65 PCGS, KM-Y381, 
L&M-304. A vibrant minor expressing opulently velveteen luster 
and only a hint of airy silver patination. 


192346 #832 SRE EP SEY — $8 YZ) WO Fe SRE, MS65 PCGS. 
Fe ia es 7 EY RT 7, SOE, AR LR A 

Estimate: $700-$900 

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Fukien. Republic 20 Cents CD 1923 UNC Details (Cleaned) 
PCGS, KM-Y381, L&M-304. Lightly cleaned and faintly retoned, 
original luster preserved across the surfaces. 


19234 SIE PE RA 8D DESK, UNC Details 


(Cleaned) PCGS, | 
RO ASI, LER 3e, HOCK. 
Estimate: $80-$120 


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HUPEH 





31070 


31071 


31072 


31073 


Hupeh. Kuang-hsii 10 Cash 1906 MS63 Brown NGC, Ching 
mint, KM-Y122. Well-struck and attractive, the surfaces reveal- 
ing hints of underlying red color against faint touches of iridescent 
blue. 


1906 4Fi#| LA ie HET 
Ape. SL At 
ay, mm A. 
Estimate: $200-$300 
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Hupeh. Kuang-hsiti Dollar ND (1895-1907) AU50 PCGS, Ching 
mint, KM-Y127.1, L&M-182. Displaying a formidable strike that 
exhibits ample detail even after brief circulation, the fields retain- 
ing glistening argent luster throughout. 


1895-1907 ALa sO Eh ae 
Ale KEN A 
Estimate: $700-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 


Hupeh. Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1895-1907) AU Details 
(Tooled) PCGS, Ching mint, KM-Y127.1, L&M-182. A lustrous 
example of the type. Residue spotting noted throughout. 


1895-190 74F Hl 4b 43k tH eH tRO— DSR, AU Details 
(Tooled) PCGS. 

AERA. KLIN. MRA. 

Estimate: $300-$400 

No Minimum Bid 


Hupeh. Kuang-hsti Dollar ND (1895-1907) AU Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS, Ching mint, KM-Y127.1, L&M-182. Attractive 
despite a prior cleaning, with lightly mottled metallic tones laid 
over the surfaces against a sharp dragon motif. 


1895-19077 4b 3k tH Ht Ro DSR, AU Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. 

Ania. SEAR AM S|, RM SSRN Se Ea 
AR, OR eH BY He, lel 

Estimate: $400-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


St SA. MS63 Brown NGC. 
GWE KM ARABS EAU RBS, 


ar3ki. AUSO PCGS. 
BAY AH EN, JRA PR 


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CHINA - KIANGNAN 


31074 


31075 


Hupeh. Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1895-1907) XF Details 
(Repaired) PCGS, Ching mint, KM-Y127.1, L&M-182. Silvery 
with hints of graphite to the obverse (as holdered), the reverse 
laden with olive and sunset red coloration. 


oS LOOT WALSH tA THtB_A|RM. XF Details 
epaired) PCGS. 
Fan, SLAIN, EMPOS AO, Ye RAL 


ps $200-$300 
No Minimum Bid 


Hupeh. Hsutan-t’ung Dollar ND (1909-1911) AU Details 
(Graffiti) PCGS, Ching mint, KM-Y131, L&M-187. Variety with 
dot on fireball and no dot in Manchu script. A well-struck and 
lightly circulated example. Only faint instances of graffiti are 
visible to the obverse (reverse as holdered). 


1909-19114 WAL ae eRe _ |S. AU Details 

parr) PCGSs 
ASE. KER AEE CE |, SLA, 

EMAAR. 

Estimate: $250-$350 

No Minimum Bid 


RRALG Siia . 





KIANGNAN 





31076 





Kiangnan. Kuang-hst 10 Cash CD 1907 MS63 Brown PCGS, 
KM-Y10k.8, CL-KN.68. Enthralling in hand, the surfaces wholly 
graced with iridescent blue coloration against a backdrop of cab- 
ernet hues. 


TAR 1907) bie ABBAS So DH A © MS63 
Brown PCGS., 

7g AL EA Td BS eB AL HE 

Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 





31077 


31078 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1898 VF Details (Graffiti) 
PCGS, KM-Y 145a.2, L&M-217. Decorated in a gentle silty patina 
with underlying expressions of original mint luster. Central 
reverse graffiti and a single chopmark are noted for accuracy. 


POR 18984) Lee te THR DSR. VF Details 
(Graffiti) PCGS. 

RAH ALE, SAO. POP RAL HM RR a 
Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1898 VF Details (Chop 
Mark) PCGS, KM-Y145A.1, L&M-217. Uniquely toned to a 
gunmetal gray finish over matte-like surfaces, charcoal accents 
embracing the devices. 


KR 1898) LHS HST HtB_—DR*, VE Details 


fre Mark) PCGS., 
EEN: BORE, WORRER OAR, 


are $600-$800 
No Minimum Bid 





31079 


31080 


31081 


31082 


31083 


31084 


31085 


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Kiangnan. Kuang-hst Dollar CD 1899 XF Details (Graffiti) 
PCGS, KM-Y145a.3, L&M-223. Redesigned/New Dragon. 
Uniformly and well-struck, the noted graffiti residing within the 
inner reverse border, along with a single chopmark. 


C% 18994) THe KALA B_A|SR, XF Details 


(Graffiti) PCGS. 

oo 38 4A] BAB, RA eR Re 
a $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsu Dollar CD 1901 VF Details (Repaired) 
PCGS, KM-Y145a.6, L&M-244. Thick HAH variety. Evenly 
toned, with a lightness atop the features of the dragon. The noted 
repair seemingly refers to the obverse rim near 2 o’clock. 


=H (190144) LHe tM TAtR_| SR. VE Details 
(Repaired) PCGS. 

HAH/K SE). HHS, ERRATA BBE 
IK. 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hst Dollar CD 1902 XF Details (Chop 
Mark) PCGS, KM-Y145a.8, L&M-247. Moderate wear is 
expressed across the devices, a mottled tone visible to either side 
of the planchet. A tiny central chop mark accounts for the Details 
designation. 


Le (19024) LHe tHe HtSB_DRE XF Details 
(Chop Mark) PCGS. 


[| SHEAR. WA AER, OR YR, PRA 
— FA REN 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1904 AU Details (Harshly 
Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y 145a.12, L&M-257. Fewer spines. Lightly 
and evenly retoned and displaying nearly complete definition to 
the devices. 


Fie (19044) LHe te tet s_— SR, AU Details 
(Harshly Cleaned) PCGS. 

B/D HE. AAA LAR, RC EVI A 

Estimate: $400-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hst Dollar CD 1904 XF Details (Tooled) 
PCGS, KM-Y145a.12, L&M-257. Fewer Spines variety. A well- 
toned example revealing balanced steel coloration. 


Fe (190444) Wee Lee te_DSR*, XF Details 


Tooled) PCGS. 
BR > HE BEG, ALAR TE, ELAS SH 24 a — BL 
Estimate: $200-$300 


No Minimum Bid 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsu Dollar CD 1904 XF Details (Repaired) 
PCGS, KM-Y145a.14, L&M-257. Dot before 7 variety. Generally 
more detailed than is typically expected at this grade level, glassy 
luster evident under light silver patination. 


Fie (19044) Wee te THLB_— DSRS. XF Details 
(Repaired) PCGSs 

7H LEAKE aac Le PIF FE LL, tA EE Ae te 
Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1904 XF Details (Cleaned) 
PCGS, KM-Y145a.12, L&M-257. Fewer spines variety. Nearly 
matte to the obverse (as holdered), the reverse more lustrous and 
revealing hairlines indicative of a prior cleaning. 


Fie (19044) Hee te THLB_ DSRS. XF Details 
ood PCGS. ; 

BD HE ERK. IEMA, SSRI, Rae ASR 
Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


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31086 Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1904 XF Details (Graffiti) 
PCGS, KM-Y 145a.12, L&M-257. Fewer Spines variety. Silvery 
white in color, ample detail remaining across the dragon’s scales 
and other intricate features. 

Fe (190445) i 38 76 70 KDR. XF Details 
(Graffiti) PCGS. . _ 
BRD FE EK! o HLAE SRE Dit ik, He BE SL Tt a JE EN i 1k 
Estimate: $200-$300 
No Minimum Bid 

KIANGSI 

31087 Kiangsi. Republic 10 Cash CD 1912 AU50 Brown NGC, 
KM-Y412, CL-KSJ.05. A difficult type exhibiting sleek surfaces 
dressed in a clay brown patina. Attractive and free of any visual 
distractions. 

Ex. Snell Collection 
EF (19124) Was ARS TX. AUSO Brown NGC, 
AE ey 2 LDN SH on 4, TAP EY a EL RATA, 
= 4h. WH: Snell Bia 
Estimate: $400-$600 
No Minimum Bid 
KIRIN 

31088 Kirin. Kuang-hsti 50 Cents CD 1904 UNC Details (Cleaned) 
PCGS, KM-Y182a.1, L&M-553. Highly engaging and charming 
despite a past cleaning that has left hairlines over the surfaces, 
the overall appearance defined by a frosty finish that leaves a 
glowing backdrop for the well-rendered devices. 

Fe CLOO44F) ha ie 76 Aa 70 EE BRN SRY. UNC Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. 7 
a HAY IR, TLR AG], FEE Ba eT eC A 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 

SINKIANG 

31089 Sinkiang. Republic Dollar Year 38 (1949) AU Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS, Sinkiang Pouring Factory mint, KM-Y46.2, 
L&M-842. Fairly well-struck with a general absence of the sig- 
nificant flan flaws that so often plague the issue. 

RB Ht /\4E (1949) a $e at ie Ok Se & SR. AU Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. 
RAK. RABY, A a BL BRA. 
Estimate: $300-$500 
No Minimum Bid 
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31090 


31091 


Szechuan. Hstian-t’ung Dollar ND (1909-1911) VF20 PCGS, 
KM-Y243.1, L&M-352. “WV” in place of “V” in PROVINCE. Steel- 
hued surfaces with a concentrating depth of tone gripping the 
raised features. 


1909-19114 MN 4% eaArtere— 
[PROVINCE SaVIEALTA o eR 
Estimate: $300-$400 

No Minimum Bid 


ASM. VE2O PCS. 
FM Bcd 





Szechuan. Republic Dollar Year 1 (1912) AU53 NGC, 
KM-Y456, L&M-366. Lightly circulated and exhibiting pebble- 
gray surface coloration and clear underlying luster. 


RB 7u4t (1912) Bek pe GR SA, AUS3 NGC. 
BS $y VAL. Fe ON AR ELE, RA HT 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 





31092 


31093 


TIBET 


Tibet. Theocracy Rupee ND (1902-1911) AU50 PCGS, 
Chengdu mint, KM-Y3.1, L&M-358. Attractively patinated in a 
coating of matte steel coloration. 

Ex. Daniel Ching Collection 





fi ABE HE AREE. SMe, He RA. 
4H: Daniel Ching & #% 

Estimate: $500-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Tibet. Theocracy Rupee ND (1911-1933) XF Details (Harshly 
Cleaned) PCGS, Chengdu mint, KM-Y3.2, L&M-359. Displaying 
light hairlines over the surfaces, a warm golden tone gracing the 
periphery. 





(Harshly Cleaned) 
PUGS. 


RAR. ABET. RR RI ZPRNS EAL, 
Estimate: $80- $120 
No Minimum Bid 





YUNNAN 





31094 


Yunnan. Republic 20 Cents Year 21 (1932) MS64 PCGS, 
KM-Y491, L&M-431. Lustrous and lightly toned. 


a 46 (1932) 2H -RODOE (aA) SR. MS64 
SH, TRIED, RAL. 

Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


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CHINA - REPUBLIC 


31095 


Yunnan. Republic 3-Piece Lot of Certified 50 Cents ND (1911) 
MS64 PCGS, KM-Y257, L&M-422. An attractive assemblage, 
with all three coins appearing frosty and white. (Total: 3 coins) 


1911S ZHAI TE ABADIRG, —M=at*, MS64 
PCGS. 

He BEEN — AS Ba, SRC HL 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





MIXED PROVINCES 





31096 


31097 


6-Piece Lot of Certified Minors NGC, 

1) Hunan. Kuang-hsui 10 Cash ND (1902-1906) - AUS3 Brown 

2) Hunan. Republic 10 Cash 1920 - AUS8 Brown. “Li” Script, No 
Dots - Thin Leaves variety. 

3) Hupeh. Kuang-hsti 10 Cash ND (1902-1905) - AUSS Brown 

4) Shensi. Republic 2 Cents ND (1928) - AUS0O Brown 

5) Kuang-hst 10 Cash CD 1907 - AUS5 Brown. 4 Dot Obverse, 
Standard Dragon variety. 

6) Republic 10 Cash ND (1920) - MS63 Brown. Incuse Star - 
Small Characters, Flag With Crease variety. (Total: 6 coins) 


Ae OR Ile i se, — ALN. NGCET AR. 

1) 1902-19064 i a 28 7 M4 TUE 1 4M - AUS3 Brown. 

2) 19204 Bie B+ 4a - AU 58 Brown. 4685. MUZE MK. 

3) 1902-19055 i 138 36 4 7 ST SE - AUS5 Brown. 

4) RE +44 (1928) Rae — se, AUSO Brown, 

5) 190723 470 B+ 4a - AUS5 Brown. Jem Sh, BRE 


Ro 

6) 192044 + # RS +47 - MS63 Brown. Fk. HSA 
ee 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Kuang-hst 3-Piece Lot of Certified Minors NGC, 

1) Hunan. Kuang-hsiti 10 Cents ND (1897) - VF Details (Scratches), 
L&M-381. 1 Rosette variety. 

2) Kwangtung. Kuang-hst' 20 Cents ND (1890-1908) - MS62, 
L&M-135 

3) Kwangtung. Kuang-hsti 20 Cents ND (1890-1908) - MS6l, 
L&M-135 (Total: 3 coins) 


REGIA EF AWS, —AL = AK. NGCHER. 

1) 1SO7#MBAEHKS TELA ERY - VE Details 
(Scratches), #76 }K. 

2) 1890-190824 EE 4 38 Jt A 70 8 RI - MS62. 
3) 1890-1908 FER Aik 36 4 0 

Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 





REPUBLIC 





31098 


Republic Charm ND Certified 85 by Gong Bo Grading, 
29.3mm. 4.2gm. The characters on the obverse read: “Getting 
First Place in the civil service exam’’, and the characters on the 
reverse read: “Blessings abundant as the East Sea.” 


Fe BOB HA The, CME EE AL 85. 

29.38%. £4.20. EMR IKLRAL, 
Estimate: $100-$150 

No Minimum Bid 


ETL AREY I EMR HE | 











31099 Republic Cent (20 Cash) Year 5 (1916) MS65 Red and Brown 


NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Y324. A specimen which belongs to the 
upper echelons of quality for the issue, with none presently certi- 
fied finer at NGC. 


Ri Ae (1916) #44, MS65 Red and Brown NGC, 
RENEE Al HE 4k, NCCR ERG ERBRE 
Al 


Estimate: $200-$300 
No Minimum Bid 





31100 


31101 


31102 


Republic Cent (20 Cash) Year 5 (1916) MS64 Red and Brown 
NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Y324. Lightly toned and primarily lus- 
trous red. 


Re fe (1916) #45, MS64 Red and Brown NGC, 
Rigs, RAMACAR, mA A, 

Estimate: $100-$150 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai 50 Cents Year 3 (1914) XF45 Details 
(Wire Brushed, Scratched) ANACS, KM-Y328, L&M-64. 
Unfortunately brushed, with some deeper scratches noted to the 
obverse as well. 


RA =4F (1914) RH OLA aR. XF45 Details (Wire 
Brushed, Scratched) ANACS. 

FR IEMA GUE, GH ee. 

Estimate: $500-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS63 PCGS, 
KM-Y329, L&M-63. A lightly toned specimen displaying free- 
slowing multi-point luster. 


RB =4F (1914) Rit SLR SRE, MS63 PCGS. 
SLA, ZG Bet RR 4 BCE. 

Estimate: $600-$900 

No Minimum Bid 








31103 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS61 NGC, 
KM-Y329, L&M-63. Highly appealing for the grade, the surfaces 
displaying swirling luster and only light signs of contact. 


RB =4F (1914) sett SRS sk, MS61 NGC. 
VHHEILE, RADAR, MILER aE Rl. 
Estimate: $500-$700 

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31104 


31105 


31106 


31107 


31108 


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Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Obverse Lamination 
Dollar Year 3 (1914) UNC Details (Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y329, 
L&M-63. Recut stars variety. A luxuriously satiny and appeal- 
ingly toned error revealing a single lamination spot to the obverse 
in front of Yuan Shih-kai’s portrait. 


RA =F (1914) RHR SASRE, 4H. UNC Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. 
—— EmMRUIRA SEM, RARER, DANSE 


Estimate: $400-$600 
No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Reverse Strikethrough 
Dollar Year 3 (1914) AUS8 NGC, KM-Y329, L&M-63. Triangle 
“Yuan” variety. Struck through to the upper reverse, where several 
moderately-sized indentations may be seen. 


RBl= (1914) iH SRS BSR, Sem HF. AUS8 NGC. 
=A. BOL SES, REREAD WI iL 
Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Reverse Lamination 
Dollar Year 3 (1914) AU55 NGC, KM-Y329, L&M-63. A fleet- 
ing error example of the type showcasing a stark, charcoal-toned 
lamination error to the reverse. 


RE =F (1914) FRE ORSAY, SHH, AUDS5 NGC. 
En eK Fe BAS 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Obverse Strikethrough 
Dollar Year 3 (1914) AU55 PCGS, KM-Y329, L&M-63. 
A curious strikethrough error exhibiting a puzzle piece-like 
impression into Yuan Shih-kai’s head. A rare opportunity for the 
collector of Chinese or world errors. 


RB =4F (1914) HOURS BSR, SEHEM. AUSS PCGS. 
ATLA MAL, RHR A oR. WS 
eee eK AEN ih, RAR. 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914)-O AU Details 
(Graffiti) PCGS, KM-Y329.4, L&M-63C, Kann-648. Variety 
with O in left loop of ribbon and triangle Yuan. Cleaned and 
retoned, a single scratch noted to the obverse right field and graf- 
fiti visible between the two reverse characters. 


Ri =4F (1914-0) RH OLR = Ask. AU Details (Graffiti) 
PUGS. 

Ok, Mir ABAOV Et, =AM. VARKER, EWR 
ia HA EE BR, EP a 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 








31109 





Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Military Issue” Dollar Year 3 (1914) 
XF45 PCGS, cf. KM-Y329 (for original issue), L&M-63 (same). 
Military/Warlord Issue. A cruder imitation of the original 1914 
Yuan Shih-kai Dollar, likely produced in the early 1930s by the 
Chinese Communist party, and a rarer type that only occasionally 
appears on auction as compared to the more common original 
strikings. 


R= 1914) Ree S ASR, SK. ~XF4S PCGS. 
1 $5 FE BSR HG HY) 1914 Fe Ht IL At TELM, ART BE 20 E19 30-F RA 
STAD See, SLAB a LDN J Sie 4H DO (EE A 5d Ze tH BE 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 





31110 


31111 


31112 


31113 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Military Issue” Dollar Year 3 (1914) 
XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS, cf. KM-Y329 (for original issue), 
L&M-63 (same). Military/Warlord Issue. A popular issue, here 
lightly decorated in soft pastel tone. 


RM =F (1914) RHPA SAR, BRK. XF Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. 

LW RK, RRA Ft. 

Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 9 (1920) MS61 NGC, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-77. Highly satiny across argent surfaces show- 
casing only shallow instances of handling. 


RBIL4F (1920) Ri BUR = ASR, MS61 NGC. 
ART, 6 ti _L RA BES AIR 

Estimate: $700-$900 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 9 (1920) AUS8 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-77. Clearly struck with abundant luster and 
mild friction indicating only the briefest circulation. 


RBUL (1920) RH BR = ASR, AUS8 PCGS. 
IBEN FRR, SRIC FET. RA ES i 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Hainan” Dollar Year 9 (1920)- 
Dated (1949) MS62 NGC, KM-Y329.6, L&M-77, WS-0181-8. 
Hainan issue. An intriguing ‘re-issued’ type, believed to have 
been minted from dies manufactured in Guangzhou, Kwangtung. 
Quite popular as an issue, and difficult as a type, presently only 3 
ranking finer at NGC. 


KBIILA (1920) st SLRS Blak. MS62 NGC. 

VE PML. B]A AREY SE. ATE EE I AL 
HES SCN ELE aK, NGC RP = tke BE. 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


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31114 


31115 


31116 


31117 


31118 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Pair of Certified Dollars Year 9 
(1920) NGC, 

1) Dollar - AUS5 

2) Dollar - AUS8 


KM-Y329.6, L&M-77. Both are lightly circulated with moderate 
friction and soft almond tone visible to the surfaces. (Total: 2 
coins) 


FR EL4E (1920) Rit RVR SSR, — AA. NGC. 
7 ane - aes 

2 

AA mae RE RGA, 
Estimate: $500-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 10 (1921) MS62+ PCGS 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-79. Highly luminescent with only scattered 
light instances of handling over the surfaces, none overtly dis- 
tracting in hand. An appealing, near-choice selection. 


REl+4F (1921) 3H URS ASR. MS62+ PCGS., 
HEEL, AE FRE 


BK 
Estimate: $700-$900 
No Minimum Bid 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 10 (1921) MS62+ NGC, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-79. Reverse of 1919. “NIEN” with 7-Like Dot. 
A glowing example expressing ample careening luster. 


REIT 4 921) RH URS Als, MS62+ NGC. 
BHAI, TF. Fe CIE — AKL. 

Estimate: $700-$900 

No Minimum Bid 


\ yy — 


Fat. wis 4El AE ay Be UL ie Tel Ft 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Obverse Lamination 
Dollar Year 10 (1921) AU50 PCGS, KM-Y329.6, L&M-79. 


RB +4F (1921) RHR S ASRS. SERB, AUSO PCGS. 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-79. 

Estimate: $100-$150 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Sun Yat-sen “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS64 
PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. 6-Pointed Stars. Silky and 
exuding bright argent color, a full cartwheel effect enhancing the 
presentation of the piece. 


192746 K+ (RBA BALA Sl, MS64 PCGS., 

Ai EB, AA AWRY SRE RR, FO Het Re ie JY 
Estimate: $700-$900 

No Minimum Bid 








31119 





Republic S Sun Yat-sen “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS63+ 
PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. 6-Pointed Stars. Visually appeal- 
ing for the issue, with smooth, velveteen luster bolstered by a light 
surface tone that transitions to darker peripheral accents carrying 
shades of ruby and soft rainbow coloration. 


re HH 11 Bel Bd ALS SL, MS63+ PCGS. 
Ez. wee in FE WR | , SESE i ETC Ie IN eR 

bys, Mb ALG FE FY A 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Z je BS BRR 








31120 


31121 


31122 


31123 


31124 


31125 


31126 


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Republic Sun Yat-sen “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS63 
PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. An appealing representative 
conveying lively silken luster and a faint obverse crescent of edge 
tone, the reverse painted in intermingled metallic colors. 


192 74F Fh + Lt Bl BALA HF Sl, MS63 PCGS. | 
Tf Bo RSE, ARIA CIE J A LR Le JR EB 2D GP RL 2 HBR RK, 
HW rAee ea. 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Sun Yat-sen Mint Error - Obverse Lamination 
“Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS62 NGC, KM-Y318a.1, 
L&M-49. 6-Pointed Stars variety. A dramatic lamination error 
showing a long strip of exposed interior metal along the vertical 
length of the left obverse. 


1LO27# RT RAB ALS SA SHES, MS62 NGC. 
is KEKE. EMEHA-KEBRH, BHANREE. 


Estimate: $600-$800 
No Minimum Bid 


Republic Sun Yat-sen “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS62 
PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. 6-Pointed Stars. Attractive for 
the grade and type, the strike crisp and joined by a ring of tone 
sharpening the visual frame of the piece. Notably die-clashed to 
the reverse such that Sun Yat-sen’s full visage is expressed clearly 
over the central characters. 


1L9274F A+ 1 RBA ALAS , MS62 PCGS, 

SAE. BERR. BA, REO ee 
He 5 RHIAP AR. 

Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Sun Yat-sen “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS62 
PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. 6-Pointed Stars. Exuding superb 
aesthetic quality, the surfaces ultra-satiny and showing a thin 
outline of darker tone that frames the peripheries. 


192TH TAH 1 (BAB ALAS S , MS62 PCGS, 
FE. We ey, FRED R A Bh Be Bi 
Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Sun Yat-sen Mint Error - Obverse/Reverse 
Strikethrough “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS62 PCGS, 
KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. 6-Pointed Stars variety. An unusual 
strikethrough error featuring irregular unstruck areas to corre- 
sponding sections of the obverse and reverse faces. 


19274244 RAL SA. SHE. MS62 PCGS. 
RAB FLY RRA, VARY ARI 
Estimate: $500-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Sun Yat-sen “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS62 
PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. Satiny and decorated in a tinge of 
obverse charcoal tone against scattered russet accents. 


192744 BALA Ss Al, SHH, MS62 PCGS, 
APC TEL en Bk TE TN 7K oe LE, SRY OR Hy ol TE SY EL 
Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Sun Yat-sen Mint Error - Obverse Lamination 
“Memento” Dollar ND (1927) AU53 PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, 
L&M-49. With large lamination error visible over Sun Yat-sen’s 
obverse bust. 


192747 FA LR el BAL 
EMR? RAB AA HARE 
Estimate: $300-$400 

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Si we te AU53 PCGS., 


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31127 


31128 


31129 


31130 


31131 


31132 


148 


Republic Sun Yat-sen Mint Error - Ragged Edge Clip 
“Memento” Dollar ND (1927) AU50 PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, 
L&M-49. 


LOQTE RT URAL S BSR, SERB, AUSO PCGS. 
KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. 

Estimate: $100-$150 

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Republic Sun Yat-sen 6-Piece Lot of Certified “Memento” 
Dollars ND (1927) PCGS, KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. Six-pointed 
stars type. The grades range from AU Details (Cleaned) to UNC 
Details, with one coin receiving a straight-grade of AUS8. (Total: 
6 coins) 


1927474 RBM ALS HS , — A Nt. PCGSEP AR. 

WA ZK. FF ALHAU Details (Cleaned) #/UNC Details #4. # 
HI — BE AUS 84) 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

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Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) UNC 
Details (Obverse Corrosion) NGC, KM-Y345, L&M-109. 
Lustrous and Mint State with only a small area of corrosion dis- 
cernible near Sun Yat-sen’s collar. 


RA —+— (1933) k+l Rese see. UNC Details 


(Obverse Corrosion) NGC. 


OT JAR RE. FR LL RA a) 8 BTR 
Estimate: $600-$800 
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Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 23 (1934) MS64 
PCGS, KM-Y345, L&M-110. Silky and lustrous, the obverse 
revealing stark sections of well-defined die polish lines. 


RB—T= (1934) Ati Ss WSK. MS64 PCGS. 
Ag AREF By Tg OG, IE AE 
Estimate: $600-$800 

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Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 23 (1934) MS63 
PCGS, KM-Y345, L&M-110. Choice in every respect, with blast 
white surfaces exhibiting rolling silvery luster. 


Roa oie Beri ee Bs. MS63 PCGS. 
RMS FI, Fw. 

Estimate: $300- ie 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic Pair of Certified Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollars Year 
23 (1934), 

1) Dollar - MS62 PCGS 

2) Dollar - MS63 NGC. Ex. Sun Ling Yue Collection 


KM-Y345, L&M-110. A Mint State pair of this popular type. 
(Total: 2 coins) 


RE —+=4F (1934) APRS Ase, —A MAK. 
1) @ Blak - MS62 PCGS. 

2) @ BSR - MS63 NGC. HH: Sun Ling Yue & jk. 
uP ete, MS 2 ante. 

Estimate: $500-$700 

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31133 


31134 


31135 


31136 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai 5-Piece Lot of Certified Dollars 
PCGS, 

1) Dollar Year 3 (1914) - AU Details (Cleaned), KM-Y329.1, 
L&M-63 

2) Dollar Year 9 (1920) - AUSO, KM-Y329.6, L&M-77 

3) Dollar Year 9 (1920) - AU Details (Cleaned) - KM-Y329.6, 
L&M-77 

4) Dollar Year 9 (1920) - AU Details (Cleaned) - KM-Y329.6, 
L&M-77 

5) Dollar Year 10 (1921) - AUS8, KM-Y329.6, L&M-79 (Total: 5 
coins) 


eK I] Fh et IR Se SR, — AH Bt. PCGSEFRM. 
1) REl=4F (1914) @B - AU Details (Cleaned); 

2) REI 7U44 (1920) 2 - AUSO; 

3) REI7L4F (1920) @H - AU Details (Cleaned); 

4) Ri 7L4t (1920) @ Hl - AU Details (Cleaned); 

5) RE+4 (1921) 2H - AU58. 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


4-Piece Lot of Certified Assorted Mint Errors, 

1) Fengtien. Kuang-hsii Mint Error - Rotated Dies 20 Cents CD 
1904 - AU Details (Cleaned) NGC, KM-Y91. 25.5mm. 

2) Republic Sun Yat-sen Mint Error - Struck 20% Off-Center 10 
Cents Year 29 (1940) - XF40 PCGS, KM-Y360 

3) Republic Mint Error - 100% Indent Reverse 10 Cash ND (1920) 
- VF25 PCGS, KM-Y303 

4) Szechuan. Republic Mint Error - Cracked Planchet 20 Cash 
Year | (1912) - XF Details (Environmental Damage) PCGS, 
KM-Y448. 13mm. 


An intriguing group of mint errors. (Total: 4 coins) 


AQ 7B |B Eo Se eM, — A AK. 
1) Ur (1904) BRGE KHL -BODOERS, HE - 
AU Details (Cleaned) NGC. @i#2Z0R . BAAS, 
2) RBMo +H (1940) Re R+ASRMS, GEREE - XF 40 
PCGS. #4 EN tha He IE 20%, 

fe ite - VF 25 PCGS. iE 


3) nen BAL ie TS 70. SH 
wo. 

4) Ke (1912) BR ARBOR OT x. HE - XE 
Details (Environmental Damage) PCGS. 13%. Ea 
PEE — Ae a oe I, 

Estimate: $400- $600 

No Minimum Bid 


Republic 4-Piece Lot of Certified Dollars, 

1) Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) - AU Details (Environmental 
Damage) PCGS, KM-Y329, L&M-63D. Kansu variety. 

2) Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 23 (1934) - AUS58 NGC, 
KM-Y345, L&M-110 

3) Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 23 (1934) - AU Details 
(Environmental Damage) PCGS, KM-Y345, L&M-110 

4) Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) - AUS53 PCGS, 
KM-Y345, L&M-109 (Total: 4 coins) 


> Le RI, ALO AK, ; 

1) R= (1914) RHR SAR. HAPK - AU Details 
(Environmental Damage) PCGS; 
2) RATE (1934) APRS AS - AUS8 NGC: 

3) RA += 1934) APL Resa sk. - AU Details 
(Environmental Damage) PCGS; 

4) Kata (1933) JAP lie S BSR. - AUS3 PCGS. 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 
Starting Bid: $500 


Republic Yat-sen Pair of Sun Certified Dollars PCGS, 

1) “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) - MS62, KM-Y318a, L&M-49 

2) “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) - XF Details (Cleaned), L&M-109, 
WS-0145B. Reverse of 1934. (Total: 2 coins) 


Ae > FR BL TRH LL 1 SR — AH hc. PCGS#P AK. 
1) 1927-7 BA BAL & A - MS62 PCGS; 
2) RB —1+—4F (1933) @EISK* - XF Details (Cleaned), #H 
#19344. 
Estimate: $500-$700 
No Minimum Bid 


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SOVIET REPUBLIC 





31137 


Chinese Soviet Republic 20 Cents 1932 AU Details (Cleaning) 
PCGS, KM-Y508, L&M-894. A scarcer soviet issue produced 
under Mao Tse-tung, and struck for only two years. 


LO324F + SE BK Ae He HE Fu A AL A SR, AU Details (Cleaning) 
PUGS; 

ELBERT EANE RAZ, EW. 

Estimate: $300-$500 

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31138 


31139 


31140 


People’s Republic copper-nickel Proof “40th Anniversary” 
Yuan 1988 PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM182. Struck for the 
40th Anniversary of the People’s Bank. 


19884 [+B A R447 mk 403K F | 10S SE ALA. PREZ 
ee Cameo NGC, 
Re tet Be A 4B AT Reo OE SE GEE: 
aoe $300-$500 
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People’s Republic 4-Piece Uncertified silver “Outstanding 
Historical Figures” 5 Yuan Proof Set 1988, 

1) “Bi Sheng” 5 Yuan, KM209 

2) “Su Shi” 5 Yuan, KM207 

3) “Yue Fei” 5 Yuan, KM210 

4) “Li Qingzhao” 5 Yuan, KM208 


Shenyang mint. Series V. Reportedly from a planned set mintage 
of 30,000, though the Gold and Silver Coins of China Standard 
Catalogue suggests that only 13,500 were actually produced. Sold 
with two COAs, numbered 2115 and 1449, and the case of issue. 
(Total: 4 coins) 


L984 PALMER AIRF] STRRIRM. — AS, AHF 


AR 

1) BA57CSR 
2) PRESTLSRIE: 
3) ARS TUS: 
A) 2 3e RS TCaR I: 


BYR LES 058 SAL, PBIB TAB, ein Re Ae SR 
ARES, KARA13 SOOKMH. HA RRETR Me SH 
fe, wt Sa HE.2115K 1449, 

Estimate: $150-$250 

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People’s Republic silver 3-Piece Certified “Auspicious 
Matters” 5 Yuan Set 1997 NGC, 

1) colorized 5 Yuan - PR67 Ultra Cameo, KM1058a 

2) 5 Yuan - MS69, KM1058 

3) Piefort 5 Yuan - MS68, KM-P28 


Shenyang mint. Series I. Mintage: 2,000 sets. Sold with four 
COAs, one for the set as a whole numbered 179, and one for the 
colorized 5 Yuan numbered 22989 (the remaining two COAs are 
unnumbered), together with the original case of issue. (Total: 3 
coins) 


199744 (HBA STC, —AL = AK, NGCHER. 
1) 570 44R%*, PR67 Ultra Cameo. 

2) 57cSR, MS69. 

3) AER STC. MS68. 


YEG SR. BIT B2,0004, WO Rees, HH Ra aR 
EY] we ay 16 179, i if Bee SOU t aR Ay HE O2989, # FN 
Be TRE SE) PR TCR, Se. ERR EH E. 

Estimate: $300-$500 

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31141 


31142 


31143 


People’s Republic gold Proof “Zhao Kuangyin” 100 Yuan 
1988, KM211, CC-174. Mintage: 2,554. Series V. Sold with origi- 
nal case of issue. For the sake of accuracy, we note that the plastic 
capsule for this coin is broken. AGW 0.3337 oz. 


198844 | #E)AL! LOOT HA, . 
BAT EB: 2,5544K. FY FH HERA in FA, HE RREE HE. 
Sy BEeeiR, AR. CS B0.3337H Fl, 

Estimate: $500-$600 

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People’s Republic gold Proof “Zhao Kuangyin” 100 Yuan 
1988, KM211, CC-174. Mintage: 2,554. Series V. Sold with case 
of issue. AGW 0.3337 oz. 


19884F | aa EE Jal] 100724, | 
4TH 25544, PRR EY ABA, HRRHBWE, 
AA 6 0.3337# 4. 

Estimate: $500-$600 

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People’s Republic silver Proof “Dragon & Phoenix” 20 Yuan 
(20z) 1990 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM318. Mintage: 5,000. 


19904 [eA 274) 20704 Wah (2#A). 
Cameo NGC, 

BAT 5, 000%. 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


PR69 Ultra 








31144 


People’s Republic silver Proof “Dragon & Phoenix” 20 Yuan 
(2 oz) 1990 PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM318. Mintage: 5,000. 
Bright and reflective and yielding a stark cameo contrast. 


19904 | fe) 2) 2070747 RM (2% Bl) . PREZ Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

BY4T 25,0007. TERRA, Te BS RE Le it 
Estimate: $400-$500 

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31145 


31146 


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People’s Republic gold Proof Unicorn 10 Yuan (1/10 oz) 1997 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM1032, Fr-B105. Nearly perfectly 
preserved, with shimmering surfaces and a rich cameo contrast. 


199747 HE BE AF 1070 4 1/1048 =) . PR6Y Ultra 
Cameo NGC, | 

REAR RR UOT SOR, FMA BEC, Te I OC RE a 
Estimate: $600-$800 

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People’s Republic silver Proof “Year of the Rooster” 30 Yuan 
1981 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM40. Mintage: 10,000. Lunar 
series. 


19814 4 307075 2 sR, PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
4847 210,000%. ERA. 

Estimate: $400-$500 

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31147 


31148 


31149 


31150 


31151 


31152 


31153 


31154 


150 


People’s Republic silver Proof “Year of the Dog” 20 Yuan 1982 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, K M56. Mintage: 8,825. Lunar Series. 


19825644 E+ 207074 2 R', PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
E47 8.825%, ERA, 

Estimate: $400-$600 

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People’s Republic silver Proof “Year of the Snake” 10 Yuan 
(1 0z) 1989 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM232. Mintage: 6,000. 
Lunar series. 


198946 8 4F + A 1070 SR (1 ate) . PR6Q Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 

847 26,000%. EH AFI. 

Estimate: $250-$350 

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People’s Republic Pair of Certified silver Fan-Shaped 
“Rabbit” 10 Yuan 2011 MS68 PCGS, KM1971. Flashy and well- 
preserved, with a full cameo effect. (Total: 2 coins) 


19994 % = + HOT WSR, aK MS68 PCGS. 
FEB SCHY 50 eR, ey LF ER 

Estimate: $100-$200 

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People’s Republic silver Proof Panda 10 Yuan 1984 PR69 
Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM87, PAN-19A. Mintage: 
10,000. 


198444 Fe 48 107044 2 oR, PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
447 210,000%K. 

Estimate: $600-$800 

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People’s Republic silver Proof Panda 10 Yuan 1984 PR68 
Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM87, PAN-19A. Mintage: 
10,000. Thick branch variety. Sold with original case and COA. 


19844 Ae 38 107044 2 aR, PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC. 


Liege se RR, BAYT 10,000%K. HBA. RR RES 
Estimate: $500-$700 
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People’s Republic silver Proof Panda 10 Yuan 1985 PR69 
Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM114, PAN-27A. Mintage: 
10,000. A scarce early date, sold with case of issue and COA. 


198544 Ae Se 1070 45 aR, PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 


EME WIR, AHO 000K. DEW EMAAR. RG RE 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
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People’s Republic silver Proof “Hong Kong International 
Coin Exposition” 5 Ounce Commemorative Show Panda 
Medal 1985, KM-XMB3, PAN-29A. Mintage: 1,000. Sealed in 
the original mint vinyl and sold with case of issue. 


198 54F | Ayes BER FE | RO a el te RR 
447 2: 1000, RRHEBRET, —AWE. 
Estimate: $300-$500 

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People’s Republic silver Proof Panda 100 Yuan (12 0z) 1988, 
Shanghai mint, KM189, PAN-77A. Mintage: 5,000. Sealed in the 
original mint vinyl, and sold with case of issue and COA #0018. 


19884F Ae 4H LOO 7G AAAS (12 HE a) | 
Lv 38 RK. B4T 25,000K. HFRKRRBEN, MREHE, 
ne & Aig 320018. 

Estimate: $300-$500 

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31155 


31156 


31157 


31158 


People’s Republic bi-metallic gold & silver Proof Panda 25 
Yuan 1994 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM626. Contains both 
gold (14 0z) and silver (1/8 oz). Exhibiting hard mirror fields and 
near-perfect preservation. 


19944 Fe 48 257078 ft SB PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1/44 a]. 1/8 aE a] SR, ELAR, TRAP IK RB EL EE. 
Estimate: $500-$600 

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People’s Republic silver Proof Panda 200 Yuan (Kilo) 1998, 
Shenzhen mint, KM1133, PAN-308A. 100mm. Mintage: 1,998. 
Sealed within the original mint capsule and vinyl with light evi- 
dence of tone at the rim. 


199844 Fe SH 2007077 RIE IAD. 


YR Ed See FR. LOOK HK. BAT 21998. HARERBEN, 
ne ee 6 LAE 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

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People’s Republic Pair of Certified silver Proof Panda Medals 
NGC, 

1) “FUN Show” Commemorative Show Panda 5 Ounce Medal 
2015 - PR70. First Reverse Proof. 

2) “Moon Festival” Panda 10 Ounce Medal 2016 - PR70 Ultra 
Cameo. High Relief. One of First 500 Struck. (Total: 2 coins) 


Ae GS 1B Be SRS — NGC#ER. 
ea [Se Bl ie HE GE NR RCO 4EALA| PASH 5 Hale 
z = 
2) 20164E FE 4 [AEM] 10285] 4R 2 - PR7O Ultra Cameo: 
5004, FFARR. 
Estimate: $500-$700 
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FRENCH COLONIES 


Tianjin. French Concession “Nam Fong Club” 3-Piece Lot of 
Uncertified brass Tokens ND (c. 1902-1945), 

1) scalloped brass “Nam Fong Club” Token - AU/UNC, Lec-l. 
29mm. 5.60gm. 

2) octagonal brass “Nam Fong Club” Token - AU/UNC, Lec-3. 
32mm. 7.93gm. 

3) round brass “Nam Fong Club” Token - AU/UNC, Lec-4. 33mm. 
8.07gm. 


An attractive group of scarce token issues, all sharp, lustrous, and 
lightly toned. (Total: 3 tokens) 


1902-4544 (AI RA LSR BB] SA. ML = Bo ARP ML 
1) 22 THR A7 | SA. 29% AK. 5.650. 

2) NAW VA] AR. S25 AK. BT93 Ki. 

3) AW 7] AA. 333K, 28.07%. 


GTB AWS SAUER, SRA, AN EHE, H 
ae $300-$500 
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31159 French Colony 4-Piece Lot of Certified Cents, 


31160 


31161 


31162 


1) Cent 1889-A - MS65 Red and Brown PCGS, KMI1 
2) Cent 1898-A - MS64 Red and Brown PCGS, KM8 
3) Cent 1901-A - MS65 Red and Brown PCGS, KM8 
4) Cent 1938-A - MS65 Red and Brown NGC, KM12.1 


Paris mint. A lightly toned set demonstrating significant mint red 
luster across each included issue. 


Ae Ok J SR — A, A. EPA 

1) 1889-A4=45|'*%* —4 - MS65 Red and Brown PCGS. 
2) 1889-A4¢-4l] #&— - MSG64 Red and Brown PCGS. 
3) 1901-A4¢- 41 #4 - MS65 Red and Brown PCGS. 
A) 1938-A4¢-4i]#&—4 - MS65 Red and Brown PCGS., 
Ee eR, ERA a, ALE LE. 

Estimate: $200-$300 

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French Colony 6-Piece Lot of Certified Cents 1939-A PCGS, 
1) Cent - MS66 Red and Brown 

2) Cent - MS66 Brown 

3) Cent - MS65 Red and Brown 

4) Cent - MS65 Red and Brown 

5) Cent - MS65 Red and Brown 

6) Cent - MS64 Red and Brown 


Paris mint, KM12.1. A scarce group presentation of certified gem 
examples of the type. The assemblage includes some of the finest 
certified to date. 


1939-A“F 3K JB 5H RS — aN, BEL ZN Bo PCGSEE Ro 
1) 4#&—4> - MS66 Red and Brown. 
2) se] "*&—4 - MS65 Red and Brown. 
3) 4 —4 - MS65 Red and Brown. 
4) sm] —4> - MS65 Red and Brown. 
5) 4 #—4> - MS65 Red and Brown. 
6) a] "**—4> - MS64 Red and Brown. 


CAGE NK. Fie. mT eh, EO AL, BP ES 
RARE. 

Estimate: $200-$300 

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French Colony 6-Piece Lot of Certified Cents 1939-A Brown 
PCGS, 

1) Cent - MS66 

2) Cent - MS66 

3) Cent - MS66 

4) Cent - MS65 

5) Cent - MS65 

6) Cent - MS64 


Paris mint, KM12.1. A superb set exhibiting glossy surfaces, 
several also displaying light iridescent highlights. 


1939-A4F 3K JB FA Has — A, —AL7\4K. PCGS#EM. 
1) #'"*%*—7- MS66. 
2) alt —4- MS66. 
3) ai —4- MS66. 
4) G5)" —4)- MS65. 
5) a" —4- MS65. 
6) #4 —7)- MS64, 


EL Aeae , FICE, Fe eR EE, EBA 
Estimate: $200-$300 
No Minimum Bid 


French Colony Pair of Certified 5 Cents 1938-(a) MS67 PCGS, 
Paris mint, KM18.la. Tied for the finest certified to date. 


1938-(a) AIF J 7 HS RECS, — APA. MS67 PCGS. 
Cie Ro AA EAS PW BF ob 

Estimate: $250-$350 

No Minimum Bid 


31163 


31164 


31165 


31166 


31167 


31168 





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French Colony Pair of Certified 5 Cents 1938-(a) MS67 PCGS, 
Paris mint, KM18.la. Tied for the finest yet certified across both 
major grading services. 


1938-(a)“FIk M7 R35 (See a, — ALA, MS67 PCGS, 
EAs AERA] GHA GT BIS HF ut 18 J 48. 
Estimate: $250-$350 

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French Colony 3-Piece Lot of Certified 5 Cents 1938-(a) MS67 
PCGS, Paris mint, KM18.la. An elite trio tied for the finest yet 
certified for this type-date. 


1938-(a) IE A RH til See  , — AH = 4. MS67 PCGS. 
E232 He. HE A, TER ea FY 
Estimate: $300-$400 

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French Colony 4-Piece Lot of Certified 5 Cents 1938-(a) MS66 
PCGS, Paris mint, KM18.la. A high-grade lot of certified gems. 


1938-(a) FE /5 78 Fe 5 (1 oe ae aM MS66 PCGS. —#1 94k. 
BAGEL, BaP SUNSE 

Estimate: $200-$300 

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French Colony 4-Piece Lot of Certified 5 Cents 1938-(a) MS66 
PCGS, Paris mint, KM18.la. Carefully preserved and nearing the 
peak of condition certified for the issue. 


1938-(a) “E34 JB eR HHS (SR, MS66 PCGS. — AA 4K. 
Cie Eo TRAE, APF Ha 18 1B YF 
Estimate: $200-$300 

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French Colony 5-Piece Lot of Certified 5 Cents 1938-(a) 
PCGS, 

1) 5 Cents - MS66 

2) 5 Cents - MS66 

3) 5 Cents - MS66 

4) 5 Cents - MS66 

5) 5 Cents - MS65 


Paris mint, KM18.la. Bright and lustrous, all gem-certified by 
PCGS. 


1938-(a) AIK) lsh ae, — 4 tk. PCGSHEM. 
1) 5%) - MS66, 
2) 5%: -MS66. 
3) 5%) -MS66. 
A) 5%l -MS66. 
5) 54 - MS65. 


KAR, #APCCSEHRWS th. 
Estimate: $200-$300 
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French Colony 4-Piece Lot of Certified 5 Cents 1938-(a) 
PCGS, 

1) 5 Cents - MS66 

2) 5 Cents - MS66 

3) 5 Cents - MS65 

4) 5 Cents - MS65 


Paris mint, KM18.la. A well-preserved group, all certified at the 
gem level. 


1938-(a)“FIK)B 7 RS see ae, PCCSFEM. —AL OAK. 
1) 5% - MS66. 
2) 5% -MS66. 
3) 54) -MS65. 
A) 5% -MS65. 


KAI, SUA M. 
Estimate: $200-$300 
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31169 


31170 


31171 


31172 


French Colony Piastre 1898-A MS62 PCGS, Paris mint, 
KM5a.1, Lec-280. Bathed in smooth, silky luster, with only a hint 
of light tone gracing the surfaces. 


1898-A4F Ab — CSR. MS62 PCGS. 
Eis. HERA, KD AR LE, 
Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 


French Colony Piastre 1902-A MS62 PCGS, Paris mint, 
KM5Sa.1, Lec-285. A sharp and beaming representative displaying 
only a light scattering of handling to limit the assigned grade. 


1902-A4F AB — FUSE, MS62 PCGS. 

EAs I. AM ENR IY — AC, BS Ga ek FEF UR al] YL EA 
Estimate: $300-$500 

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French Colony Piastre 1922-H MS63 NGC, Heaton mint, 
KM5a.3. Displaying well-outlined devices and silvery luster 
under an airy silver patina. 


192.2-H*F BY — TUSK. MS63 NGC. 
SIS. UREA MT, GREECE BE 
Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


French Colony Piastre 1927-A MS61 NGC, Paris mint, KMS5a.1. 
A fully Mint State example showing faint hints of tone. 


1927-A4F ABS — FORE, MS61 NGC. 
EL 232 He. J i 48, LAR RE 
Estimate: $150-$200 

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31173 Victoria Trade Dollar 1895-(B) AU58 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5. Appearing very near to Mint State at a glance, and dis- 
playing soft silvery patination over still-lustrous surfaces. Highly 
collectible in this attractive preservation. 

1895-(B) “Fah = ISR. AUS8 NGC. 

LESH, LAKE, PROREOK, WHLBEE. RE 
AR RE BE Ro 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 

31174 Victoria Trade Dollar 1897-B UNC Details (Rim Damage) 
PCGS, Bombay mint, KM-T5, Prid-5. Frosty and fully uncircu- 
lated, the noted rim damage of only mild impact. 

1897-(B) “#3 5+ = HGR. UNC Details (Rim Damage) PCGS. 
ie BER ACTHLIEL WER HA 
Estimate: $300-$500 
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31175 


31176 


31177 


31178 


31179 


31180 


31181 


31182 


Victoria Trade Dollar 1899-B AU58 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS5, Prid-8. Retaining a strong degree of mint luster, the 
peripheries accented by darkened hints of tone. 


1899-B4E 3h 4 = BIS, AU58 PCGS., 

me EK. REO RCE, FRE ERR EA. 
Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1902-B MS60 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5, Prid-13. Lustrous, with some chatter and grazing in the 
fields establishing the grade. 


1902-B4F 3h 3 & SRF. MS6O NGC, | 
mm BSR. SRC FCI, JR AN OR 
Estimate: $300-$400 

No Minimum Bid 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1904/898-B XF Details (Cleaning) 
PCGS, Bombay mint, KM-T5, Prid-16. Lightly cleaned and 
gently retoned. 


1904/898-B4F3i 3% = Sk, XF Details (Cleaning) PCGS. 
mA. MRA, LEME. 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1907-B MS62 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS5. Double punched “7” variety. A glowing, fully white 
specimen. 


1907-BEsh + = lsh. MS62 NGC, 
meee. 7 FRB. GROG HY — AL. 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1907-B UNC Details (Cleaned) 
NGC, Bombay mint, KM-TS. Attractively retoned to a peripheral 
framing effect. 


1907-B4#3k = Sk, UNC Details (Cleaned) NGC. 
mm eK, See ek A ae 

Estimate: $70-$100 

No Minimum Bid 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1908/7-B UNC Details (Surface 
Hairlines) NGC, Bombay mint, KM-TS. Lightly cleaned with 
only subtle hairlining noted. 


1908/7-B4E35 3% @ ISR, UNC Details (Surface Hairlines) 
N 


Gus 
REHM, BM, BARA. 
Estimate: $300-$500 
No Minimum Bid 


George V Trade Dollar 1911/00-B AU58 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5, Prid-21. Overdated issue with a faint outline of two O’s 
behind the last two digits of the date. A lustrous example that very 
nearly appears Mint State in hand. 


1911/00-B4E35 ee Else, AU58 PCGS. 

EESER, BEM, LORE N OME ERA MOAR. 
Ht, Ho FE BEDE RMS AR. 

Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


George V Trade Dollar 1912-B MS61 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS. Lustrous and framed by a balancing peripheral tone. 


1912-B4F 3h 4-3 Blk, MS61 NGC, 
ih eK SRILA, Inte ALAR 
Estimate: $150-$250 

No Minimum Bid 


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31183 





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British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1883 MS65 PCGS, KMS. 
A gem example showcasing a warm complexion of honey and 
golden tones which darken slightly to an almost fiery hue at the 
peripheries. The reverse is lightly toned within the center ring, 
creating a stellar visual contrast. 


188346 #6 Fil, MS65 PCGS. 

Gem ta tH IY — 7. AE HE i A ee ER, HR A Ek ALB 
Bw eR PRES eat, BRU BL BR. 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 





31184 


31185 


31186 


31187 


British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1901 MS66+ PCGS, KMS5. 
Certified just shy of the best-preserved examples of this type- 
date. Bold, lustrous, and a true gem. 


190144 4 FA. MS66+ PCGS, 
ee HAH in te ERY PS. RT RAID A, 
JH TOE 

Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


British Colony. Victoria 10 Cents 1900-H MS65 PCGS, Heaton 
mint, KM6.3. A shimmering gem example exhibiting radiant, 
whirling cartwheel luster. 


1900-H4 #&—%. MS65 PCGS. 
Se. ae Bt — A 
Estimate: $500-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


British Colony. Victoria 50 Cents 1893 AU53 PCGS, KM9.1. 
Large ring. Moderately circulated with a balanced blanket of pati- 
nation laid over the surfaces. 


189347 #364], AU53 PCGS. 
Kia. ARIK, 734 ke 
Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


British Colony. Victoria Dollar 1867 XF Details (Rim 
Damage) NGC, KM10. Displaying a relatively minor edge knock 
at 4 o’clock with some light specks of residue noted for accuracy. 


186744 #34 Al. XF Details (Rim Damage) NGC. 
Rise ye A AOR, RRA 
Estimate: $400-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


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31188 





British Colony. Edward VII 50 Cents 1905 MS64 NGC, KM15. 
Lightly toned and displaying admirable satiny luster amidst only 
light surface friction to establish the grade. 


190547 #y&-# Hl. MS64 NGC, 

ERA ALAE, HORA EE. RARE OR DP 
Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 





31189 


31190 


31191 


31192 


British Colony. Elizabeth II gold “Year of the Monkey” 1000 
Dollars 1980 MS69 NGC, KM47. AGW 0.4708 oz. 


198026 Ak RF HJ 100074. MS69 NGC. 
4 4 3 0.4708# 4, 

Estimate: $750-$850 

No Minimum Bid 


British Colony. Elizabeth II gold “Rooster/Cockerel” 1000 
Dollars 1981 MS68 PCGS, KM48. AGW 0.4708 oz. 


198044 4k [HA | 10007 4"*%. MS68 PCGS. 
Ay 4 = 0.4708 # Fl, 

Estimate: $750-$850 

No Minimum Bid 


Special Administration Region gold Proof “Return to China” 
1000 Dollars 1997 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM71. Mintage: 
97,000. Issued for the return of Hong Kong to China. AGW 0.4708 
OZ. 


199742 | Ay8 eal | 10007 HS. PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 
E47 B: 97,000%K. ALR AA El ite HL LB SS, @ 4 0.4708 4 a], 


Estimate: $750-$850 
No Minimum Bid 


British Colony. Xiangxin Gold Shop silver Xianggang Yintiao 
Bar of 6 Taels ND (c. 1960s) XF, KM-X Unl. (cf. KM-XB3), 
cf. Cribb-XC.A.1275 (lighter weight). 80x22x10mm. 185.84gm. 
Stamped in three primary sections, reading (from left to right): 
“Xiang Xin Jin Qian Shang Biao” (Xiangxin Gold Shop, Golden 
Trade Mark [in round stamps]), “Xiang Gang Wen Xian Dong 
Jie” (Hong Kong, Wenxian East Street), and “Dian Hua Chun Yin 
Tiao” (Eletrotypically pure silver bar). A scarcer heavy-weight 
Hong Kong silver bar, pleasing toned, with an old dealer’s or col- 
lector’s tag on the back. 


LOGO KEE Fe it SHS Mo XF. _ 
80% KxX22% Kx10% 7K. 185.845, = RAN, AH: EE 
BRR. ARERR ATL KT ECAR |. MRM A 
SME, GRE, HRA, MERA AEA 

Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 


INDIA 





31193 





British India. Bombay Presidency gilt copper Proof 2 Pice 
1794 PR61 NGC, KM196A, Prid-120. A scarcer gilt issue pre- 
serving flashy surfaces and sharp detail. 


179446 KIRN Tae Ae | LL BE tL SR ae Si. PROI NGC. 
Se, FR. BARR, AOE A TE, CRE CH. 
Estimate: $600-$900 

No Minimum Bid 





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31194 


31195 


INDONESIA 


Republic Specimen 50 Sen 1952 SP66 PCGS, KM9. Tied for the 
finest yet certified by either major grading service. 
Ex. Kings Norton Mint Collection 


ee as SP66 PCGS. 
AB PF BY TA Ai HH 

41: Kings Norton 48 C43 at 

Estimate: $400-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


IRAQ 


Ghazi Fils AH 1357 (1938) MS64 Red and Brown PCGS, 
KM102. Lightly toned, with significant red luster expressed 
throughout. 


19384F FF 4136 EB FS dk 1 As. MS64 Red and Brown 
PCGos 

BAY, BPA RAY ALE iE. 

Estimate: $100- $150 

No Minimum Bid 


JAPAN 








31196 


Meiji 20 Sen Year 3 (1870) MS67 PCGS, KM-Y3, JNDA 01-20. 
Shallow scales variety. An excellent type representative showcas- 
ing radiant luster and a perfectly balanced spread of pale peach, 
merlot, and iridescent blue tone. Tied for the finest certified by 
PCGS. 


Hie =4F (1870) — sesh. MS67 PCGS. 

FE EH. TOT HE Ay  E,, RAKE. A ER Ee el 2 Al FP 
[al WA} Ke PCGS BE Rc ey HY AK. 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 





31197 


31198 


154 


Meiji 20 Sen Year 7 (1874) MS65 NGC, KM-Y24. A flashy gem, 
lightly toned and highly appealing for the type. 


WG-4 (1874) —+485R 4, MS65 NGC, 


PRA SEEN 4K, FAA ELE. 
Estimate: $400-$500 
No Minimum Bid 


Meiji Trade Dollar Year 10 (1877) UNC Details (Reverse 
Cleaned) NGC, KM-Y14. Displaying fully uncirculated detail 
with flashy surfaces expressed under a thin veil of metallic tone. 


aad (1877) #54. UNC Details (Reverse Cleaned) 


aa AE I I ALK RE, RAE SM A. 
Estimate: $600-$800 
No Minimum Bid 





31199 


31200 


31201 


31202 


31203 


Netherlands East Indies. Japanese Occupation 10 Sen NE 
2604 (1944) UNC Details (Environmental Damage) NGC, 
Osaka mint, KM-Y66. Displaying light corrosion, though still a 
highly collectible representative of this type, largely remelted and 
consequently leaving few survivors. 


194446 fr REN A AN Be + HH. UNC Details 
(Environmental Damage) NGC. . 

AGE. PERU RH, HEHE AR RER AT. REAR a) Bl Tha te See, 
Sl FF Bl FEET Be, TEL RN AE. 

Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


KOREA 


Kuang Mu 1/2 Won Year 9 (1905) MS63 NGC, KM1129. Frosty 
throughout scintillating surfaces displaying whirling argent bril- 
liance. 


AEC ILA (1905) 2A ISR. MS63 NGC. 
HOM a MERA, SRICH BE ERI 
Estimate: $700-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 


LAOS 


Savang Vatthana gold Proof “Coronation” 8000 Kip 1971 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM11. AGW 0.2315 oz 


197 146 4 48 TE Be HE BL A | SOOO HBS, PREO 
Ultra Cameo NGC, 

H&E 0.2315# Fl, 

Estimate: $400-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Savang Vatthana 3-Piece Certified silver Proof Set 1975 PR69 
Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) “Laotian Maiden” 5000 Kip, KM16.1 

2) “Wat Phra Kio Museum” 5000 Kip, KM17 

3) “Wat Xieng - Thong Temple” 10000 Kip, KM18 


Only 650 sets minted. (Total: 3 coins) 


19754 4% 20 VG We HE Be aN RE, — A=. PREY Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 
1) ABtt*x. 5000. 
2) Eth, 50002 %, 
3) #3. 10000 +. 
— R832 65048. 
Estimate: $400-$600 
No Minimum Bid 


MEXICO 


Republic 8 Reales 1890 Zs-FZ MS64 NGC, Zacatecas mint, 
KM377.13, DP-Zs76. A charming example offering resplendent 
cartwheel luster along with a subtle degree of balancing tone. 


18904F & Fi 8 Fin ASR. MS64 NGC. 

Lon EAI — AK, ih ay Be EE BH 
ae $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


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31204 


31205 


31206 


31207 


31208 


NETHERLANDS 


Willem II 10 Cents 1849 MS67 PCGS, KM75. Dot after date. 


Watery and reflective, the detail rich and complete owing to a 
firm strike. 


18494 fa BH ek R114, MS67 PCGS. 
see EE Be An ey, REV, 
Estimate: $400-$600 

No Minimum Bid 


Willem III 2-1/2 Gulden 1871 MS64 NGC, KM82. Tinged in 
sunset red with a profound watery depth to the fields lending 
ample visual charm. 


187 1% fe BR H+2-1/2)8. MS64 NGC, 

42,3 Gay& A ARAL, JRC A, JR EN FRM tha AE] FEE 
Cats $200-$300 
No Minimum Bid 


NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 


Dutch Colony. Batavian Republic 1/2 Duit 1809 MS63 Red 
and Brown NGC, KM75. Holland issue. Exhibiting shimmering 
luster over wine-red surfaces. 
1809 4 4a HR EN I = ae wm 3k fn BY 1/2 Duitsa#*, MS63 
Red and Brown NGC 

PRAT. ACE LL PR RE. 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Dutch Colony. Batavian Republic Duit 1808 MS63 Brown 
NGC, KM76. Holland issue. Glowing red luster highlights from 
the recesses, confirming the Mint State quality of this attractively 
preserved specimen. 
1808 *F fer JR HR EYE BF Bp EL 3 AE ee 1 Duits , MS63 
Brown NGC. 

fet AT. LSC HS) BB AL 6 EEE eT EMSA EY RE RE. 
Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


Celebes. Singapore Merchants copper Duit Token AH 1250 
(1834/1835) MS62 Brown PCGS, KM-Tnl, Prid-53. A difficult 
issue scarcely seen in any condition, much less Mint State. 

Ex. Dr. Axel WahIlstedt Collection 


AH 1250 (1834/18354F) tr BOR AVE A el KP Dit si He 
it, MS62 Brown PCGS., 
_ BD eR at in 4H 7 RE, KR RR Be Be 


EWE A 
At: Axel Wahlstedti#--E uk i A Fl 
Estimate: $500-$700 
No Minimum Bid 








31209 Sumatra. East India Company copper Proof 2 Kepings AH 


1219 (1804) PR64 Brown PCGS, KM264. Seemingly the thick 
planchet variety, though weight not noted on PCGS insert. A 
scarce issue with attractive glossy brown surfaces. 


AH1219 (18044) MAAR REE A 2 Kepings 7 # 34 
#, PR64 Brown PCGS. . 

He Se LK Hl, TPCCSHS AA AL ARE, EE 
Woe weA, Hee BY 2 to 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 





31210 


31211 


31212 


31213 


PHILIPPINES 


Japanese Occupation silver Homma Medal 1942 XF Details 
(Mount Removed, Cleaned) NGC, Honeycutt-310, Basso-150. 
Plain edge, loop removed. By C. Zamora. Commemorating the 
Japanese expedition to the Philippines. Obv. Japanese soldier 
standing with back toward viewer; island of Corregidor in back- 
ground. Rev. Two intertwined coconut trees. 


19420 Bly BiR(E ALR GRE, XF Details (Mount Removed, 
Cleaned) NGC. 

He. FER. CALKREH tH iE 3 4 Tae NS, HAH 
BLRGY, RASA S e; AA EN he aS. 
Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 


British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1877 AU50 NGC, KM10. 
Silver-toned and well-preserved after only light circulation, 
lustrous highlights gracing the legends. Struck to an original 
mintage of only 60,000, most of which did not escape heavier 
circulation and/or destruction. 

Ex. Sinnathuray Collection 


1877 Be be Ret. AUS50 NGC, 


Reae, RAR, RARE, BOR RE ME 
H, RH EUAER, EPRABD MERE, BATA, B 


Ht: Sinnathuray Wj A! 
Estimate: $600-$800 
No Minimum Bid 


British Colony. George V 5 Cents 1926 MS66 PCGS, KM36. 
Radiant and nearly blast-white save for an airy silver patina that 
graces the surfaces. 


1926 F 3 AE WER HHS fh MS66 PCGS., 
TOG, RRM SRIC PIES B 

Estimate: $200-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


British Colony. George V 5 Cents 1935 MS66 PCGS, K M36. 
A nearly undisturbed and vibrantly lustrous example of the issue, 
tied for the second-finest yet seen by PCGS. 


1935 4 FJ WF 305 fh. MS66 PCGS. 
ER MiEe, HH, PCCSH ARO 
Estimate: $150-$300 

No Minimum Bid 


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31214 


31215 


31216 


31217 


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British Colony. George V Mint Error - Clashed Dies 20 Cents 
1919-B AUS8 NGC, Bombay mint, KM30a. An intriguing 
example showing nearly full luster and easily discernible die 
clashing to both sides. 


1919-B= HR A R201, $e. AUS8 NGC, 
a TATA RN — ak, OE, MR RA 


Betunale: $300-$500 
No Minimum Bid 


VIETNAM 


Democratic Republic 5 Hao 1946 MS65 PCGS, KM2.2, Lec-3. 
Value raised in star. 


194647 ei REHAB AS. MS65 PCGS, 
AEN KA 

Estimate: $70-$100 

No Minimum Bid 


Democratic Republic 5 Hao 1946 MS64 PCGS, KM2.2, Lec-3. 
Value raised in star. 


19464F ei REA AS. MS64 PCGS, 
Ea SOOT 

Estimate: $50-$80 

No Minimum Bid 


Kim-Hoang gold Wafer of 15 Grams ND (c. 1960s) AU (Wavy 
Flan), KM-X Unl. 98x37mm. 15.25gm. A seemingly scarcer 
wafer type than the more commonly seem Kim-Thanh pieces, and 
presumably also issued with an additional 14 or so gram wafer 
and a 7 gram wafer to total | Tael in weight, along with a paper 
wrapper from the refinery, and often used contemporarily by 
Vietnamese refugees fleeing the Vietnam War. 


19604F(K | ee aR | 2321550. AU (Wavy Flan). 

be #8 | a Sh a GRE | Se Ay EL, eB AE BY a ER 
aR EP AS aR Ge HY J LR A 

Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 


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If Auctioneer calls for a full increment, Bidder may request Auctioneer to accept a Cut 
Bid only once per lot. After offering a Cut Bid, Bidder may continue to bid on lot only at 
full increments. Off-increment bids may be accepted by the Auctioneer at Signature® 
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Notice of the consignor’s liberty to place bids on his lots in the Auction is hereby made 
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Bid” is an amount below which the lot will not sell. THE CONSIGNOR OF PROPERTY 
MAY PLACE WRITTEN “Minimum Bids” ON HIS LOTS IN ADVANCE OF THE AUCTION; 
ON SUCH LOTS, IF THE HAMMER PRICE DOES NOT MEET THE “Minimum Bid”, THE 
CONSIGNOR MAY PAY A REDUCED COMMISSION ON THOSE LOTS. “Minimum Bids” 
are generally posted online several days prior to the Auction closing. Any successful bid 
placed by a consignor on his property on the Auction floor, by any means during the live 
session, or after the “Minimum Bid” for an Auction have been posted, will require the 
consignor to pay full Buyer’s Premium and Seller’s Commissions on such lot. Auctioneer 
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The highest qualified Bidder recognized by the Auctioneer shall be the Buyer. In the 
event ofa tie bid, the earliest bid received or recognized wins. In the event of any dispute 
between any Bidders at an Auction, Auctioneer may at his sole discretion reoffer the lot. 
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upon all Bidders. Bids properly offered, whether by floor Bidder or other means of 
bidding, may on occasion be missed or go unrecognized; in such cases, the Auctioneer 
may declare the recognized bid accepted as the winning bid, regardless of whether a 
competing bid may have been higher. Auctioneer reserves the right after the hammer 
fall to accept bids and reopen bidding for bids placed through the Internet or otherwise. 
Regardless of placed bids, Auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any lot, or any part 
of a lot, from Auction at any time prior to the opening of any such lot by the auctioneer 
(crier), or in the case of Internet-only auctions when the bid opens for either live 
Internet bidding or the beginning of any extended period. 

Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse to honor any bid or to limit the amount of any 
bid, in its sole discretion. A bid is considered not made in “Good Faith” when made by 
an insolvent or irresponsible person, a person under the age of eighteen, or is not 
supported by satisfactory credit, references, or otherwise. Regardless of the disclosure 
of his identity, any bid by a consignor or his agent on a lot consigned by him is deemed 
to be made in “Good Faith.” Any person apparently appearing on the OFAC list is not 
eligible to bid. 

Nominal Bids. The Auctioneer in its sole discretion may reject nominal bids, small 
opening bids, or very nominal advances. 

Lots bearing bidding estimates shall open at Auctioneer’s discretion (generally 40%- 
60% of the low estimate). In the event that no bid meets or exceeds that opening 
amount, the lot shall pass as unsold or the Auctioneer may place a protective bid on 
behalf of the consignor. 

Allitems are to be purchased per lot as numerically indicated and no lots will be broken. 
Auctioneer reserves the right to rescind the sale in the event of nonpayment, breach of 
a warranty, disputed ownership, auctioneer’s clerical error or omission in exercising 
bids and reserves, or for any other reason and in Auctioneer’s sole discretion. 
Auctioneer occasionally experiences Internet and/or Server service outages, and 
Auctioneer periodically schedules system downtime for maintenance and other 
purposes, during which Bidders cannot participate or place bids. If such outages occur, 
bidding may be extended at Auctioneer’s discretion. Bidders unable to place their bids 
through the Internet are directed to contact Client Services at 877-HERITAGE (437- 
4824). 


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22. The Auctioneer may extend advances, guarantees, or loans to certain consignors. 

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return rights, and disclaimers. 

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hold, thirty days when drawn on an international bank. Clients with pre-arranged credit 
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All others will be subject to a hold of 5 business days, or more, for the funds to clear prior 
to releasing merchandise. (Ref. T&C item 7 Credit for additional information.) Payments 
can be made 24-48 hours post auction from the My Orders page of the HA.com website. 
Payment via credit card (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover) will be accepted 
upon prior appr by Auctioneer. All payments by credit card will incur a 
surcharge of 2.5%. Payment by eCheck, wire transfer, or check will not incur 
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Payment is due upon closing of the Auction session, or upon presentment of an invoice. 
Auctioneer reserves the right to void an invoice if payment in full is not received within 
7 days after Auction close. In cases of nonpayment, Auctioneer’s election to void a sale 
does not relieve the Bidder from their obligation to pay Auctioneer its fees (seller’s and 
buyer’s premium) on the lot and any other damages pertaining to the lot or Auctioneer. 
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appropriate permits are on file with Auctioneer. Should state sales tax become ERSTE ¢ AERA ees HZ Al » BI AAS TG ro EUS ERR 
applicable in the state for delivery prior to delivery of the property on the invoice, Buyer > te ABalS Se Ar ?ATA do ee A wei A Ny S83 ERR ° FEZEIA DA BIRLA 
agrees to pay all applicable state sales tax as required by the delivery state as of the BETS UAV EH BART 1+» OA AKA - AR We REA ae ee ESA RBSHA BEAR > 2) KIER 
shipping date. Buyer agrees to pay Auctioneer the actual amount of tax due in the event 24a FS tii ASRS 3) BREE Te ARIA ° le] Soe ASA RAN ERS 
that sales tax is not properly collected due to: 1) an expired, inaccurate, or inappropriate BA oo Te AWE Sc ea gai ay aed AR DELTA SS A 4640 & SA AEC ER RK 
tax certificate or declaration, 2) an incorrect interpretation of the applicable statute, 3) > (ARR SS Ben seid Be CERES {RAK IN ata es ABET ERY 
or any other reason. The appropriate form or certificate must be on file at and verified FERS aS AR > aks Bee ae te alfa Ee @ PPS AFA BS oo RE Se 


by Auctioneer five days prior to Auction, or tax must be paid; only if such form or RAT SB SRR 
certificate is received by Auctioneer within 4 days after Auction can a refund of tax paid 
be made. Lots from different Auctions may not be aggregated for sales tax purposes. 


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27. Inthe event that Buyer’s payment is dishonored upon presentment(s), Buyer shall pay 27. (£¢@¥tE2@ HERE AMI ATRRAN TEL RB > BEE ACES AT a SEPT ie 
the maximum statutory processing fee set by applicable state law. If Buyer attempts to EAE Lee URKER Ree oe SY >» (AARAY eae HEV AAR 
pay via eCheck and Buyer's financial institution denies this bank account, or the Faun > BORAELA TL BEEIN eRe sc ee aK > RETR Ea ER 
payment cannot be completed using the selected funding source, Buyer agrees to AS FA-SE RATER © 
complete payment using your credit card on file (subject to the surcharge detailed in 
paragraph 24). 

28. Ifany Auction invoice submitted by Auctioneer is not paid in full when due, the unpaid ~— 28. Eich =I MEMES th Nis es 
balance will bear interest at the highest rate permitted by law from the date of invoice eee Be 7 A EE STARE HQ 
until paid. Any invoice not paid when due will bear a three percent (3%) late fee on the Ae TAN 2s sae Tae oe =p 
invoice amount. If the Auctioneer refers any invoice to an attorney for collection, Buyer FLUC (a S22 > Se S Aris 
agrees to pay attorney’s fees, court costs, and other collection costs incurred by MEU ES FA QS \GaEAED 
Auctioneer. If Auctioneer assigns collection to its in-house legal staff, such attorney’s MAT LL SSA PE PERSIE AA A FAR 




















time expended on the matter shall be compensated at a rate comparable to the hourly 
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29. Inthe event Buyer fails to pay any amounts due, Auctioneer reserves the righttosellthe 29, 4 5&pvrhe eh ecUNa APM SGRS0e > OS EVE ASHHES SO . BE 
lot(s) securing the invoice to any underbidders in the Auction that the lot(s) appeared, AY AL A Be BE ee #2 rh HH Bay bes ee ay HEC Be A AREA) > DPR SHER 
or at subsequent private or public sale, or relist the lot(s) in a future auction conducted a; He WGin= BY He Ete aie BS AF ae CH Ey HS LEA ° FRAY 
by Auctioneer. A defaulting Buyer agrees to pay for the reasonable costs of resale meee \ ee oHi eS a east e aS CEGnSee> HI/IFE15% 
(including a 15% seller’s commission, if consigned to an auction conducted by WSs) MEER BEDHE BB BA ARES AE 
Auctioneer). The defaulting Buyer is liable to pay any difference between his total fon] EL J es As Se ae AE (oy a FY Al) Se SS SE se 
original invoice for the lot(s), plus any applicable interest, and the net proceeds for the aS MEAWHS rues pay pee ol, gece JAE ss APH Soh 
lot(s) if sold at private sale or the subsequent hammer price of the lot(s) less the 15% Vie SERED YN RAS - : * 
seller’s commissions, if sold at an Auctioneer’s auction. 7 - _ 

30. Title shall not pass to Buyer until all invoices are paid in full. Auctioneer shallhavealien 39 #4 (27S AMV AER SHES Ses - HS SESE 
against the merchandise purchased by Buyer to secure payment of any and all SLAs GU RE » DTH AY ee ae 28 Be AY OI 0 WAR Hee Ke Et js 
outstanding Auction invoices. Auctioneer is further granted a lien and the right to retain ASF EAE > FO A EH ae yy at Ef ey Ope Belgeg BAG Set 
possession of any other property of Buyer then held by Auctioneer or its affiliates to PHIRER| DRA Ea SS @ eI IS AEB aay Eh 
secure payment of any Auction invoice or any other amounts due Auctioneer or 2 TR o YT SEE > RS apne — PPB : is KK BRAS fe yt 
affiliates from Buyer. With respect to these lien rights, Auctioneer shall have all the Ce el call » AF£(H AR ELS a BE REF | (a RBA Hie Aste agg 
rights of a secured creditor under Article 9 of the Texas Uniform Commercial Code, Be >. AI KHeRHS) - (F(a) $4 ee SA » fsa EAS BSE AE AS FEES AR 
including but not limited to the right of sale (including a 15% seller’s commission, if fale] (fil > BES = ora be Sat ee ve $y ae Jey SH pS Se ° ELA 
consigned to an auction conducted by Auctioneer). Any Heritage foreclosure auction > ATA eS as BEEK ATE » eS CE AAEM a Se De a EE 
venue, whether or not the same venue as when the debt was incurred (e.g. Signature, EAS eal ay Re PAS EFI Uy Be PL ARS AREIBASI AN HRP > 
Internet, or weekly), is deemed a reasonably commercial sale. In addition, with respect toes Be EUS A a RED CE a ee ASE ES ARR RR > Th ey oy Dae 
to payment of the Auction invoice(s), Buyer waives any and all rights of offset he might (ES A EHE > All FHReye A giee AOS ACE aT Ef ee DGRSHE Ea a 
otherwise have against Auctioneer and the consignor of the merchandise included on AR a See SAT > geht ER EH ape Le — A fog 
the invoice. If Buyer owes Auctioneer or its affiliates on any account, Auctioneer and its DN thru \ BRES = FG UBEGVA TB] > =e eB ace By EC LER AL TR Baers : 
affiliates shall have the right to offset such unpaid account by any credit balance due ee _ : ° fat - 

Buyer, and it may secure by possessory lien any unpaid amount by any of the Buyer’s 
property in their possession. 

Delivery; Shipping; and Handling Charges: Set Fae : 

31. Buyer is liable for all shipping, handling, registration, and renewal fees, if any. Please = Mi Saus BES . $Oe . SHCA (WA) - HBTS AWA 
refer to Auctioneer’s website HA.com/c/shipping.zx for the latest charges or call YEHA.com/c/ shipping. zx BEV ESS Se A eae Ue ° FS AS ER 
Auctioneer. Auctioneer is unable to combine purchases from other auctions or affiliates FH FEE Ett ee BUT eS SAN Si Ge OF — BLE ° GRIP Coan FIRE 
into one package for shipping purposes. Merchandise will be shipped in a commercially SHY TAS HRN BBB SSW See UY Sl (EBS ee > SANS oo 
reasonable time after payment in good funds for the merchandise and the shipping fees Hee PS se EWR AVES RII ZAM ° FRIES =H RE Ah Be AHS ES 
is received or credit extended, except when third-party shipment occurs. Buyer on lots pry: © OR Gai lar he PR eo EE |B] i= EBLE ES ong a (PEER 
designated for third-party shipment must designate the common carrier, accept risk of FREER 4S Ee BE Se eS ASCE SEN (EB KE UY © 
loss, and prepay shipping costs. Buyer agrees that Service and Handling charges related 
to shipping items which are not pre-paid may be charged to the credit card on file with 
Auctioneer (subject to the surcharge detailed in paragraph 24). 

32. Successful international Bidders shall provide written shipping instructions, including 32. STIS EE ABT RP HR He BY MT Bo > BY Bee A Zt Be A te eS 
specified customs declarations, to Auctioneer for any lots to be delivered outside of the MESH» UF aE AYP A E> FES ed FB ca Se mt |] 
United States. NOTE: Declaration value shall be the item’(s) hammer price together with STS 6 AfaS arte in LER IEE Eee mat a AB oo 
































its buyer’s premium and Auctioneer shall use the correct harmonized code for the lot. 




































































33. On all shipments in which Auctioneer charges the Delivery, Handling, and Transit Fee 33. Bra EOS Zp ry cH fa Se ae Ho META Ag FH HeritagelCHN 253K ee - RTS BY 
infra, any risk of loss during shipment will be borne by Auctioneer until the common BE > TERE Avioe in Ck ie SIE AG See ten i BOAR Sea (| Baa 
carrier’s confirmation of delivery to the address of record in Auctioneer’s file, this is the ) ari Fall > EY 8 Bie BS 2 ICN FRR J Dae jHiHeritages| st o FH AGES 
“Secure Location”. A common carrier’s confirmation is conclusive to prove delivery to fe Fein 30 SA mits A AYALA» a A Sa TESS REEL 
Buyer; if the client has a Signature release on file with the carrier, the package is Ay CBRE RS SEA SUH Rye et caer fos \ et eRe 
considered delivered without Signature. Auctioneer shall arrange, select, and engage pet |e ae BEE] FEHB \ EL ZN Ba] oo FEAR FS SUB AIPAD. P Peay : 











common carriers and other transportation vendors on your behalf. Transit services are 
subject to the following terms and conditions: 
























































a. Scope of Transit Services: Merchandise for transit will be insured under one or more a. HEIKAR ISA FAIR : RH ae SB HR cat Eats ASHER Aka A PRIZE AY 
insurance policies issued by an authorized broker to Auctioneer. The merchandise FRRECRTITERT 7 (Gee GH Pee EA sie BEIM AE Ce BEETLE ied 52 (HS BE) PRE 3 
will be insured for the invoice price of the properties (hammer price plus Buyer’s ) ° TERE RE TEIAT BUE » {Gis SEE OE (EE 2a hE DY (eA Wo StR = He KK 


Premium) (“Insured Value”). For each shipment, Buyer will provide a Secure AUN 
Location to which the items will be delivered. NOTICE: Auctioneer is neither an BERRA ORE Sr 
insurance company nor a common carrier of any type. 

















































































































































































































































































































b. Auctioneer’s Compensation for Transit Services: Auctioneer will provide transit b. Fee ACER ie NWSE : FOE @ HER GEO — HAN /4 > DR 
services to Buyer for 34 of 1% of the Insured Value, plus packaging and handling fees HEDES ‘ en jz (fa oe : Resa ae ° Ula] eS ff 
and fees for the common carrier (collectively, “Delivery, Handling, and Transit Fee”). Sai ; Ca AAG CE VG AS LSS E2383 12S AFR EIFS yar 
Buyer agrees to pay Delivery, Handling, and Transit Fee and comply with all terms of ZTE] © = 
payment as set forth herein. 

c. Auctioneer’s Limitation of Liability for Transit Services: Buyer understands and c, HHI Hes ie z LE # CEASE alk SSW owes A> SMA ADH 
agrees that Auctioneer’s liability for loss of or damage to the items, if any, ends when K mn aivere 5» aS  \UgeilSugesne 
the items have been delivered to the Secure Location, and Auctioneer has received Eas eu Tn RbtE tn er gS fal Ay Beate > » ER WEAF WE AY 
evidence of delivery. Any claim that property has sustained loss or damage during 72) ie Ea ng Aa ep A Ae o ARR PEI a eH OR Ais EL ft) BEV (RM APL (GLEE 
transit must be reported to Auctioneer within seventy-two (72) hours of the delivery ZEEE PB > He RAR FES HERES MES 
date. Any recovery for loss of or damage to any merchandise is limited to the lesser a fae 
of actual cash value of the merchandise or the Insured Value. Under no 
circumstances is Auctioneer liable for consequential or punitive damages. 

34. Itshall be the responsibility for Buyer to arrange pick-up or shipping in a timely manner Ht 324s EPR (ee ey 

(within 10 days). Merchandise will be subject to storage and moving charges, including st fH mee EN et Ga ae fF wee re ee 

a $100 administration fee plus $10 daily storage for larger items and $5 daily for smaller RBRE. (£10577 Ck a Wy ASRS (53% be OEP ES CEES 2 ie tE 

items (storage fee per item) after 35 days. In the event the merchandise is not removed FL. Fay ie an , ra i) Hi BAe erat fe ae eae A Fal say erase tee age iF 

within ninety days, the merchandise may be offered for sale to recover any past due : tafe 20%t ye eA alls ae an zs ata 
storage or moving fees, including a 20% Seller’s Commission. 35. A Se Ly A Sh ES BAR) fay He ae: uBRAY 
35. A. NOTICE OF CITES COMPLIANCE: The purchase of items made from protected ay Y aSech 70 fa CHB oe i at Pee ay: BUG > a Ay 
species: Any property made of or incorporating endangered or protected species or 4 yee FARE Ee IWS (iiRS eh = ey 
wildlife may have import and/or export restrictions established by the Convention of % 1 Byte CA BI) | EIGER « ap Be aah 

International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in various ike Hs (ES "Bei Be ELH ; iy A EPA a ae mn, 2H i = THER ie a z aa 

countries and domestically. Plant and animal properties include (but are not limited WE > CREE cop ma Bev aa Ean AE i San Bae INGEST iE Perel 1 yan 











to) items made of (or including) Brazilian rosewood, ivory, whalebone, turtle shell, 












































































































































coral, crocodile, alligator, lizard, or other wildlife. These items may not be available to PEPIZE |L—D G-A BE RA EEN > AE aie eA edo DA 
ship internationally or, in some cases, domestically. Domestic bans and restrictions exist eee toby as SES A BE SK S&S THAT NAA BZA] ° 2) FALSE BAN (ERAS IE 
in these states: 1) California state law prohibits the importation of any product etl Re aS (EA > RATAN fo Ay: SRSY + AEPE + DON + ee Reo ae Pg 
containing Python skin into the State of California, thus no lot containing Python skin eto SMP SAS > ES 3 lS te / es PS Be BS SLA BS IA Pea 
will be shipped to or invoiced to a person or company in California. 2) Fossil Ivory is > RRSURIED PEE: 1) BOB RVEW OS IAA Ss 2) BS PRE 
currently banned or restricted in 5 U.S. states: New York, New Jersey, California, Hawaii, Bases er oes o FE ae UE BV BE ee SE (oT UE BF ae > AIA BERR H 
and New Mexico. By placing a bid, the bidder acknowledges that he or she is aware of Feeney SKA Bers > TNA BEDUIL ABVERS SS SSSA EE °° FO dnt DHE toi 
any restriction in their country or place of residence and takes responsibility for: 1) BANE SE PS RIAA ts > ALE A HEARS > SaaS 
obtaining all information on such restricted items for both export and import; 2) BOW Ait itt RRMA BREDA S RES Sa 
obtaining all such licenses and/or permits. Delay, failure, or incapacity to obtain any TETE EEE o QFE GHB > 32 881-800-872-6467 1 2 FR RAE © 











such license or permit does not relieve the buyer of timely payment or afford them the 
capacity to void their purchase or payment. Lots containing potentially regulated 
wildlife material are noted in the description as a convenience to our clients. Heritage 
Auctions does not accept liability for errors or failure to mark lots containing protected 
or regulated species. For further assistance, please contact client services at 1-800-872- 
6467. 



























































35. B. California State law prohibits the importation of any product containing Pythonskin 35. B. fq FIFE Q cay SAGE*R (EAE (aT Ae EE OA > EE 
into the State of California. No merchandise containing Python skin will be shipped to 475 AWE ie BLAS BE NER HE Se DOA CA A 28 By) i fy Ee 
or invoiced to a person or company in California. = mas - 

35. C. Auctioneer shall not be liable for any loss caused by or resulting from: 35. C. FAB ABAD BST [REBAR IRE : 

a. Seizure or destruction under quarantine or Customs regulation, or confiscation a. Ape aa REF TE SFL PHYS < COPE ERE RSD FEZ s 
by order of any Government or public authority, or risks of contraband or illegal Ae By Ey aeay 7 [ee ‘ 
transportation of trade, or b. BEER ~ HHL > SRR > ee > oes > DER EDN ae Z FAY 





b. Breakage of statuary, marble, glassware, bric-a-brac, porcelains, jewelry, and 
similar fragile articles. 


36. Any request for shipping verification for undelivered packages must be made within30 36, 4fE AS AP EL BEA ARO RUE ERR A Ee A BY BES 3 0K WIG 
days of shipment by Auctioneer. J ah (ETH FL 


Cataloging, Warranties and Disclaimers: Saal Age - ERR BE: 
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37. NO WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IS MADE WITH RESPECT TO SETH Be oP AYE Ae fe tale BE tn] A SLE EA BB NHS Ro EAB] 
ANY DESCRIPTION CONTAINED IN THIS AUCTION OR ANY SECOND OPINE. Any FS SPAIN SRR RES SRK He PAHS me A 
description of merchandise or second opine contained in this Auction is for the sole VE aA FA oo Z FR > TM AN SS EY (Be (BI > ID AST 
purpose of identifying merchandise for those Bidders who do not have the opportunity Mey Se meee Hate eS AA EH a Eo HER co Ea] BS --AED le e 
to view merchandise prior to bidding, and no description of merchandise has been Bae IE Bs > Mel ee fae ES ERENT eS 
made part of the basis of the bargain or has created any express warranty that th Piss itiofes - FAB ATES A HENS eB MRBAS S PAR 
merchandise would conform to any description made by Auctioneer. Color variations ARS ALA I 
can be expected in any electronic or printed imaging, and are not grounds for the return 
of any lot. NOTE: Auctioneer, in specified auction venues, e.g. Fine Art, may have express 
written warranties and Bidder is referred to those specific terms and conditions. 

38. Auctioneer is selling only such right or title to merchandise being sold as Auctioneer 38. #Ff9H@ve&A > AB AR SSS Se mH EA SE A EE PE 
may have by virtue of consignment agreements on the date of auction and disclaims any VACA Soe EE FER ee FOS AEA Bt A eee 
warranty of title to the merchandise. Auctioneer disclaims any warranty of ZS EEA ae FS HE VE EY O° Br Tie Ge > feel. SE A SR RES eT 
merchantability or fitness for any particular purposes. All images, descriptions, sales BAW Sit > Wost@ ate AAAS Be Mare RA Eth 
data, and archival records are the exclusive property of Auctioneer, and may be used by $e tl Ry tel ee A FR 
Auctioneer for advertising, promotion, archival records, and any other uses deemed 
appropriate. 

39. Translations of foreign language documents may be provided as a convenience to 39, 4SheHAy Ryo (eF ay gE SHEE PA EA LD oo FOS A EEE 
interested parties. Auctioneer makes no representation as to the accuracy of those AR VEE (a] EBA > AAR a BSA ee tn Ce ee |S Mee 




















translations and will not be held responsible for errors in bidding arising from 
inaccuracies in translation. 






























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































40. Auctioneer disclaims all liability for damages, consequential or otherwise, arising outof 49, 44 \ ARKH R AS AW ee Se eee AT ERAS 
or in connection with the sale of any merchandise by Auctioneer to Bidder. No third tBA 0 BS FAR EAR SASK SHB BRA Ea] RIBS + Ba hat eee BAT 
party may rely on any benefit of these Terms and Conditions and any rights, if any, KR AK th AAS EA (AUS) > FOE EMA eo att Ae 
established hereunder are personal to Bidder and may not be assigned. Any statement WA REA HE CLE REAR FOS AE SAS EAA > IRE SHS 
made by the Auctioneer is an opinion and does not constitute a warranty or AAS RE AS 2 All -{a] SS BER - 
representation. No employee of Auctioneer may alter these Terms and Conditions, and, 7 ot 
unless signed by a principal of Auctioneer, any such alteration is null and void. 

41. Auctioneer shall not be liable for breakage of glass or damage to frames (patent or 44 4s (TAB eS PSS REGS (HARB EEE) HSER EE: EET 
latent); such defects, in any event, shall not be a basis for return or reduction in purchase kesh : itt a BEAR EVE by fa] BEE GE Healy {REE (EGO © vip 
price. 

Release: ERE 

42. In consideration of participation in Auction and the placing of a bid, Bidder expressly 42. SAU (E70 @ PAVAERIPE MANS > PS eA eS A BTPEAS 
releases Auctioneer, its officers, directors and employees, its affiliates, and its outside BS tl(es » HINBAa] RAM AS AM SRS Ea PA AR 
experts that provide second opines, from any and all claims, cause of action, chose of » DARA y BRAVA ERATT ES) «CTE fH ~ ERC AR ANSE ER. HEAT ES 
action, whether at law or equity or any arbitration or mediation rights existing under {eS ke SHA ey Beth Pry RAAB SB SAA > Tn Rae HR 
the rules of any professional society or affiliation based upon the assigned description, » AGE + TAAL A HE E(B fi BIT FS RAY A SE FS 
or a derivative theory, breach of warranty express or implied, representation or other FC HEA ALAR RI] o AE FARA > PS A fe) ST PSE) SE © eS 
matter set forth within these Terms and Conditions of Auction or otherwise. In the event PRG AE LAY BS ee > A Se I RS ee ERE ° FG RARE 
of a claim, Bidder agrees that such rights and privileges conferred therein are strictly es ES AHN AP BF AY A Ra > ES A RSE Te A PER Eo A 
construed as specifically declared herein, and are the exclusive remedy. Bidder, by non- 
compliance to these express terms of a granted remedy, shall waive any claim against 
Auctioneer. 

43. Notice: Some merchandise sold by Auctioneer is inherently dangerous e.g. firearms, 43. St: Seb eA MeN e mA Belen: Ute. Ata. RAGES RE 
cannons, and small items that may be swallowed or ingested or may have latent defects Int. ARG Ae AB Oy BES EE a bee) oo > SPR ADO BES A ASS - A 
all of which may cause harm to a person. Buyer accepts all risk of loss or damage from 2 7ST ES AA oo Pe RAY PEK Ste SS Je oo Reet RHB A KEE 
its purchase of these items and Auctioneer disclaims any liability whether under SA FOS OCA Bea ER BEATE PBA ARE OS EE > IPH SEINE 
contract or tort for damages and losses, direct or inconsequential, and expressly Ae SAS may ZS AeA EEE © 
disclaims any warranty as to safety or usage of any lot sold. 

Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, and Remedies: SASH < (ER HERR: 

By placing a bid or otherwise participating in the auction, Bidder accepts these Terms EVE Hime BAKA S@ > WPS AB @ RK RAMA > 
and Conditions of Auction, and specifically agrees to the dispute resolution provided BA nee ith Fea] ee IL Pe PEA 3 SAE 
herein. 

44, Exclusive Dispute Resolution Process: All claims, disputes, or controversies in 44. RA Beh PERE : Hea REREAD + (EMDR ~ SARTRE Se 
connection with, relating to, and/or arising out of Bidder’s participation in Auction or BLEED» APA ERE eS See EAT oo» ES EK 
purchase of any lot, any interpretation of the Terms and Conditions of Sale or any AH All 7 eRe BOA Ee (Sok » ASA TA Se coe La + FESS oo ZR 
amendments thereto, any description of any lot or condition report, any damage to any BA Ef ee AA e-(0] Fg Be oF on OER EY CIE AR / Ce Pk Be 
lot, any alleged verbal modification of any term of sale or condition report or ee . ee AL/ BIC FA ICI 5 ECA FE (ay Ax > Ue a ie > BE (o] HS Ta Be oo BS 
description, and/or any purported settlement whether asserted in contract, tort, under » BU SS eS in (Bane We RePA > SHARES (fl 
Federal or State statute or regulation, or any claim made by Bidder of a lot or Bidder’s FEIHES A) AE CRE) VS eae [ SCS met 
participation in Auction involving the auction or a specific lot involving a warranty or WA} (Ste | RES) SSeS A> TURE A Cate 
representation of a consignor or other person or entity including Auctioneer {which BA: Sie ince ) KHeritaget5 ale WEB EB ESS REM BSR 
claim Bidder consents to be made a party} (collectively, “Claim”) shall be exclusively Fa Hay > Tine Pe Se Be (Pe es SY A ES So PP 
heard by, and the claimant (or respondent) and Auctioneer each consent to the Claim BH 2S FS RR ye oe ae eA °° PAPA BCR IA AG AS Ee 
being presented in a confidential binding arbitration before a single arbitrator HT ABCEMT ° UR ARS eS > ero be Sry Neh ah AeA AS 
administrated by and conducted under the rules of, the American Arbitration HE A AEN 2 SER > TT Be Aaa AT A SESS OB 
Association. The locale for all such arbitrations shall be Dallas, Texas. The arbitrator’s Be Fe HEE 2 BA tre Ee isc Sf] aS UE oo Oe DA ER Lot Ay 
award may be enforced in any court of competent jurisdiction. In the event that any (Ko RABI AE Re BS BITE BA oA He BS I 7 A OD AR A Se 
Claim needs to be litigated, including actions to compel arbitration, construe the $e ey ei CPNG) (PREF co HAA BETES ESAS = - 


agreement, actions in aid of arbitration, or otherwise, such litigation shall be exclusively 
in the Courts of the State of Texas, in Dallas County, Texas, and if necessary the 
corresponding appellate courts. Ifa Claim involves a consumer, exclusive subject matter 
jurisdiction for the Claim is in the State District Courts of Dallas County, Texas and the 
consumer consents to subject matter and in personam jurisdiction; further CONSUMER 


EXPRESSLY WAIVES ANY RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY. A consumer may elect arbitration 
as specified above. Any claim involving the purchase or sale of numismatic or related 
items may be submitted through binding PNG arbitration. A Claim is not subject to class 








































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































certification. 

45. Choice of Law: Agreement and any Claim shall be determined and construed under 45. FRA HR SISA PE ET SEERA RE © 
Texas law. 

46. Fees and Costs: The prevailing party (a party that is awarded substantial and material 46. WeeeA02#FA : RSA ( FETS AGB He ee Bee SS RE 
relief on its damage claim based on damages sought versus awarded or the successful aC Ee BO Se Be HS CP eS) See EEA BHA EMU Ee Ree 
defense of a Claim based on damages sought versus awarded) may be awarded ° 
reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs. 

47. Remedies: Any Claim must be brought within two (2) years of the alleged breach, 47. #§f% : PRAHA ZS. A TEPRTS OIE UAE ee AE PR EAE > PRI 
default or misrepresentation or the Claim is waived. After one (1) year has elapsed, WEBHA- ee HS He eetenne Cain LeSnHSs 
Auctioneer’s maximum liability shall be limited to any commissions and fees Auctioneer ECAULA, ° CERES af pes AR = (nf $4 Cais We mm ZEAFBA = tE Mp RR 
earned on that lot. Auctioneer in no event shall be responsible for consequential fH > BCE ALR AR ATG See peaBA Go He A KSEE ST aE A EES > WAR 
damages, incidental damages, compensatory damages, or any other damages arising or way Hee o Yee | RERRHE ae By Fe (225 0F 2340 2 Pre A E> BY 
claimed to be arising from the auction of any lot. Exemplary or punitive damages are 7 EL ft Se REESE > AEE RR AS BS 2B el Se Pe 
not permitted and are waived. In the event that Auctioneer cannot deliver the lot or 1A Eee > SWE SBE ABS HEWES We mee 
subsequently it is established that the lot lacks title, or other transfer or condition issue AAAS sit Rea FOE (Be 40 ‘ptt fa aA > $e Ao St te SESE 
ae in such cases the sole remedy shall be limited to rescission of sale and refund HUSEES >» UD CEae 7S ANS SSR ee > He NT GR BS Be SX 
of the amount paid by Buyer; in no case shall Auctioneer’s maximum liability exceed the > Te DIELS ELE © ce OR Bt fie Ve ue EAB St OR By ae tS (eK SB 0 
high bid on that lot, atic bid shall be deemed for all purposes the vale ot the lot. In TEDNEGRRER PVA BEE «IEC t REIT EBs PURSE CAE Peo k Bel 
the event of an attribution error, Auctioneer may at its sole discretion, correct the error 
on the Internet, or, if discovered at a later date, refund Buyer’s purchase price without 
further obligation. Nothing herein shall be construed to extend the time of return or 
conditions and restrictions for return. Z nie : 

48. These Terms & Conditions provide specific remedies for occurrences inthe auctionand 48. AMER RX Be a Nt fH A AC ARE rH ae AA ‘J ite? 
delivery process. Where such remedies are afforded, they shall be interpreted strictly. ies a EOE BT fer ite Wey > pe EO Fe Hie A LIA BERS © ie A 
Bidder agrees that any claim shall utilize such remedies; Bidder making a claim in BECP Ta htt + 7 wet se A fF CHAS BR ARAMA A] pet eey ee 
excess of those remedies provided in these Terms and Conditions agrees that in no case MASE El fad Ma AW RAR Ea ee 
whatsoever shall Auctioneer’s maximum liability exceed the high bid on that lot, which Te CR ae Oo ee FH Eo Ret ZED 























bid shall be deemed for all purposes the value of the lot. 
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49. Agreements between Bidders and consignors to effectuate a non-sale of an item at 49. iio \EaZete | 7 lee tS ILE) MERE HS BS Pee ei KR 
Auction, inhibit bidding on a consigned item to enter into a private sale agreement for LHe » PRE REET EP coe ae EAA ASE EE pss << SES Se AS 
said item, or to utilize Auctioneer’s Auction to obtain sales for non-selling consigned ARTES & ASIP BA IE io ZS ° WR ESET RIL oR 
items subsequent to Auction, are strictly prohibited. If a subsequent sale of a previously oS Se AMER > FER SHIT SNS RB eA ° SB APRS 
consigned item occurs in violation of this provision, Auctioneer reserves the right to Uc Arete A al A SAB RUBIA BAA 
charge Bidder the applicable Buyer’s Premium and consignor a Seller’s Commission as 
determined for each auction venue and by the terms of the seller’s agreement. 

50. Acceptance of these Terms and Conditions qualifies Bidder as a client who has 50. eis A(R RANA Cem A BAAR RKBAP > WC) Heritage te Ke 
consented to be contacted by Heritage in the future. In conformity with “do-not-call” TY DA Rett, © CERF LORRR ER EIN (5 BSS BENS DE THAN | BAe Ae ag | SRR > HEA 
regulations promulgated by the Federal or State regulatory agencies, participation by BR ELA EE LE SN SS ae ee eS ENVIAR > OV ARERR 
Bidder is affirmative consent to being contacted at the phone number shown in his 4 = ABA ° Heritage » BI }BA 5] REA) a gE ASA EE PS 
application and this consent shall remain in effect until it is revoked in writing. Heritage FSH Ee BE Bee AX, o 
may from time to time contact Bidder concerning sale, purchase, and auction 
opportunities available through Heritage and its affiliates and subsidiaries. 

51. Rules of Construction: Auctioneer presents properties in a number of collectible fields, 51. $34 5FHIl : ABA SES Ue mB 71s Hein Alb Re Bin cae 
and as such, specific venues have promulgated supplemental Terms and Conditions. RS AA) o FS ERE SN FA IZ 7S SSR AVES > AE “GH RE PEA Ct | 
Nothing herein shall be construed to waive the general Terms and Conditions of Auction RANT Se ae SH © 
by these additional rules and shall be construed to give force and effect to the rules in 
their entirety. 

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Notice as to an Auction in California. Auctioneer has in compliance with Title 2.95 of the ‘“AEDDFIRE jene YATES Zee e He a ABR CHEBS 1993 E10 Feo11 AAA 
California Civil Code as amended October 11, 1993 Sec. 1812.600, posted with the California ‘*8/EcqEyY NBS 2.95 Bes 1812. 600 fl > ae ee INN FSO y HS 
Secretary of State its bonds for it and its employees, and the auction is being conductedin ERE EaRPANY (A > ABER ARES 2338 BARES 535 SiMe ° 
compliance with Sec. 2338 of the Commercial Code and Sec. 535 of the Penal Code. 










































































Notice as to an Auction in New York City: This Auction is conducted in accord with the 7Y%t ae eC er LIT SSR SS BAL 3B TIT ° ASK 
applicable sections of the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs Rules and = 4\ 5} gy argu Ae th roy AGE (T ° Sneha STFHeL A Heritage Auctions zhi : 

Regulations as Amended. This a Public Auction Sale conducted by Auctioneer. The NewYork 4 364738-DCA (40 yee Me oMeayh He \ lF Dawes, Nicholas 1304724, Guzman, 
City Auctioneers conducting the sale of behalf of Heritage Auctions No. 1364738-DCA Kathleen 0762165, Luray, Elyse 2015375 BvaI|HA¢E HA.com seine ERE CE Hae 
(“Auctioneer”) are licensed Auctioneers including Dawes, Nicholas 1304724, Guzman, SESE ° a STS a SY NREMS : Bt Kaye BER GO ER > Zeet AE Bt 
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the venue site. All lots are subject to: the consignor’s right to bid thereon and consignor’s fe et EOE ale Hea TENS eae cays il ‘a tee > | ESE . RRR 
option to receive advances on their consignments. Auction may offer, in its sole discretion, s Z Pal bry a ee Riba £ TE» : Efe > HE > BAL {a 2 oh a es R AES ht ACER FE Fl 2 é si 
advances on consignments and extended financing to registered bidders, in accord with #5", Bir Ag By BE KALE aE ome HA. com sta ei; EIA > BEE (eeeHO1 Ril FB 
Auctioneer’s internal credit standards. Auctioneer will disclose to bidders, upon request, a = Ao HEI Bz iN Bt ay Ta aT Set ae fz > DS) fia Its IESE” SH PTS An, 
list of lots subject to an advance, reserve, guarantee, or Auctioneer’s financial interests of any f a =, nae ie ne Fas SARE Ni > ASRA aa Ie at HAE St fg BRS 
kind. All Terms and Conditions of Sale are available at HA.com and in the printed catalog, SS ats Serer Fait patie f Me es (He an Bl > ie STEERS = eee! RAGE 




































































including term #21 which states: Consignor, auctioneer’s affiliates and, its employees may 
bid on their lots or other lots for their own account in accordance with the laws of New York 
and they may have information as to the lots not available to the public. On lots bearing an 
estimate, the term refers to a value range placed on an item by the Auctioneer in its sole 
opinion but the final price is determined by the bidders. 















































































































































Notice as to an Auction in Texas. In compliance with TDLR rule 67.100(c)(1), noticeishereby #445 fe St ba Hr IN AY TH Ee ZA © TE el a jis ae, ia Nat ay ke fn, al PY] Bra All oS 
provided that this auction is covered by a Recovery Fund administered by the Texas 967. -100(c) (1) {i Gs SHY’ veo Fp aA SS 2 peeks oe eure fm ? Mikes ee 
Department of Licensing and Regulation, P.O. Box 12157, Austin, Texas 78711 (512) 463- “= se fe rche ST NaF A) Kee eB) Cec aed vet fej 12157 
6599, Any complaints may be directed to the same address. Mt) > Bak: (512) 463-2906 ) Priv’ ; 





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Additional Terms & Conditions: 
COINS & CURRENCY 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM A: Signature® Auctions are not on approval. No certified 
material may be returned because of possible differences of opinion with respect to the 
grade offered by any third-party organization, dealer, or service. No guarantee of grade is 
offered for uncertified Property sold and subsequently submitted to a third-party grading 
service. There are absolutely no exceptions to this policy. Under extremely limited 
circumstances, (e.g. gross cataloging error) a purchaser, who did not bid from the floor, 
may request Auctioneer to evaluate voiding a sale: such request must be made in writing 
detailing the alleged gross error; submission of the lot to the Auctioneer must be pre- 
approved by the Auctioneer; and bidder must notify Ron Brackemyre (1-800-872-6467 
Ext. 1312) in writing of such request within three (3) days of the non-floor bidder's receipt 
of the lot. Any lot that is to be evaluated must be in our offices within 30 days after Auction. 
Grading or method of manufacture do not qualify for this evaluation process nor do such 
complaints constitute a basis to challenge the authenticity of a lot. AFTER THAT 30-DAY 
PERIOD, NO LOTS MAY BE RETURNED FOR REASONS OTHER THAN AUTHENTICITY. 
Lots returned must be housed intact in their original holder. No lots purchased by floor 
Bidders may be returned (including those Bidders acting as agents for others) except for 
authenticity. Late remittance for purchases may be considered just cause to revoke all 
return privileges. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM B: Auctions conducted solely on the Internet THREE (3) DAY 


RETURN POLICY: Certified Coin and Uncertified and Certified Currency lots paid for within 
seven days of the Auction closing are sold with a three (3) day return privilege unless 
otherwise noted in the description as “Sold As Is, No Return Lot’. You may return lots 
under the following conditions: Within three days of receipt of the lot, you must first notify 
Auctioneer by contacting Client Service by phone (877-HERITAGE (437-4824)) or e-mail 
(Bid@HA.com), and immediately ship the lot(s) fully insured to the attention of Returns, 
Heritage Auctions, 2801 W. Airport Freeway, Dallas, TX 75261. Lots must be housed intact 
in their original holder and condition. You are responsible for the insured, safe delivery of 
any lots. A non-negotiable return fee of 5% of the purchase price ($10 per lot minimum) 
will be deducted from the refund for each returned lot or billed directly. Postage and 
handling fees are not refunded. After the three-day period (from receipt), no items may be 
returned for any reason. Late remittance for purchases revokes these Return privileges. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM C: Bidders who have inspected the lots prior to any Auction, or 


attended the Auction, or bid through an Agent, will not be granted any return privileges, 
except for reasons of authenticity. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM D: Coins sold referencing a third-party grading service are sold 


“as is” without any express or implied warranty, except for a guarantee by Auctioneer that 
they are genuine. Certain warranties may be available from the grading services and the 
Bidder is referred to them for further details: Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), 
P.O. Box 4776, Sarasota, FL 34230, 
http://www.ngccoin.com/services/writtenguarantee.asp; Professional Coin Grading 
Service (PCGS), PO Box 9458, Newport Beach, CA 92658, http://www.pcgs.com/ 
guarantee.html; ANACS, 6555 S. Kenton St. Ste. 303, Englewood, CO 80111; and 
Independent Coin Grading Co. (ICG), 7901 East Belleview Ave., Suite 50, Englewood, CO 
80111. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM E: Notes sold referencing a third-party grading service are sold 


“as is” without any express or implied warranty, except for guarantee by Auctioneer that 
they are genuine. Grading, condition or other attributes of any lot may have a material 
effect on its value, and the opinion of others, including third-party grading services such as 
PCGS Currency and PMG may differ with that of Auctioneer. Auctioneer shall not be bound 
by any prior or subsequent opinion, determination, or certification by any grading service. 
Bidder specifically waives any claim to right of return of any item because of the opinion, 
determination, or certification, or lack thereof, by any grading service. Certain warranties 
may be available from the grading services and the Bidder is referred to them for further 
details: Paper Money Guaranty (PMG), PO Box 4711, Sarasota FL 34230; PCGS Currency, 
PO Box 10470, Peoria, IL 61612-0470; PCGS Gold Shield, PO Box 9458< Newport Beach, 
CA 92658. Third party graded notes are not returnable for any reason whatsoever. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM F: Notes graded by PCGS Currency between February 4, 2009 


and January 30, 2019 were graded and authenticated by K3B, Inc. under license from 
Collectors Universe, Inc. K3B, Inc, now operating as Legacy Currency Grading, has 
expressed in writing that notes graded under the license during this time period will still 
be covered by the full written guaranty of PCGS Currency. Warranties may be available 
from Collectors Universe, Inc. for all PCGS Currency notes graded prior to February 4, 
2009. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM G: Since we cannot examine encapsulated coins or notes, they 


are sold “as is” without our grading opinion, and may not be returned for any reason. 
Auctioneer shall not be liable for any patent or latent defect or controversy pertaining to 
or arising from any encapsulated collectible. In any such instance, purchaser’s remedy, if 
any, shall be solely against the service certifying the collectible. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM H: Due to changing grading standards over time, differing 


interpretations, and to possible mishandling of items by subsequent owners, Auctioneer 
reserves the right to grade items differently than shown on certificates from any grading 
service that accompany the items. Auctioneer also reserves the right to grade items 
differently than the grades shown in the prior catalog should such items be reconsigned to 
any future auction. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM I: Although consensus grading is employed by most grading 


services, it should be noted as aforesaid that grading is not an exact science. In fact, it is 
entirely possible that if a lot is broken out of a plastic holder and resubmitted to another 
grading service or even to the same service, the lot could come back with a different grade 
assigned. 


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http://www.pcgs.com/ guarantee.html ; ANACS, 6555 S. Kenton St. Ste. 303, Englewood, 
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COINS and CURRENCY TERM J: Certification does not guarantee protection against the 
normal risks associated with potentially volatile markets. The degree of liquidity for 
certified coins and collectibles will vary according to general market conditions and the 
particular lot involved. For some lots there may be no active market at all at certain points 
in time. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM K: All non-certified coins and currency are guaranteed genuine, 
but are not guaranteed as to grade, since grading is a matter of opinion, an art and not a 
science, and therefore the opinion rendered by the Auctioneer or any third party grading 
service may not agree with the opinion of others (including trained experts), and the same 
expert may not grade the same item with the same grade at two different times. Auctioneer 
has graded the non-certified numismatic items, in the Auctioneer’s opinion, to their 
current interpretation of the American Numismatic Association’s standards as of the date 
the catalog was prepared. There is no guarantee or warranty implied or expressed that the 
grading standards utilized by the Auctioneer will meet the standards of any grading 
service at any time in the future. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM L: Storage of purchased coins and currency: Purchasers are 
advised that certain types of plastic may react with a coin’s metal or transfer plasticizer to 
notes and may cause damage. Caution should be used to avoid storage in materials that 
are not inert. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM M: NOTE: Purchasers of rare coins or currency through 
Heritage have available the option of arbitration by the Professional Numismatists Guild 
(PNG); if an election is not made within ten (10) days ofan unresolved dispute, Auctioneer 
may elect either PNG or A.A.A. Arbitration. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM N: For more information regarding Canadian lots 
attributed to the Charlton reference guides, please contact: Charlton International, 
PO Box 820, Station Willowdale B, North York, Ontario M2K 2R1 Canada. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM O: Financing. Auctioneer offers various extended payment 
options to qualified pre-approved persons and companies. The options include Extended 
Payment Programs (EPP) Flexible Payment Program (FPP) and Dealer Terms. Each 
program has its specific terms and conditions and such terms and conditions are strictly 
enforced. Each program has to be executed by the purchaser. Auctioneer reserves the right 
to alter or deny credit and in such case these auction terms shall control. 


Chinese Translation: The Chinese translations are provided as a matter of convenience. In the 
event of a conflict, all English Additional Terms & Conditions: COINS & CURRENCY take 
precedence and are binding. 


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Asian Art 
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Meagen McMillan, Ext. 1546 « MeagenM@HA.com 


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Holly Sherratt, Ext. 1505 ¢ HollyS@HA.com? 

Leon Benrimon, Ext. 1799 ¢ LeonB@HA.com! 
Taylor Curry, Ext. 1304 ¢ TaylorC@HA.com! 
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Photographs 
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Ed Jaster, Ext. 1288 ¢ EdJ@HA.com 


Fine Silver & Objects of Vertu 
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Karen Rigdon, Ext. 1723 ¢ KarenR@HA.com 


Texas Art 
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Atlee Phillios, Ext. 1786 ¢ AtleeP@HA.com 


Handbags & Luxury Accessories 


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Historical 


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Don Ackerman, Ext. 17386 ¢ DonA@HA.com 
Curtis Lindner, Ext. 1852 ¢ Curtis_L@HA.com 


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Jason Watson, Ext. 1680 e¢ JasonW@HA.com 


Historical Manuscripts 
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Rare Books 
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James Gannon, Ext. 1609 « JamesG@HA.com 


Space Exploration 
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Michael Riley, Ext. 1467 ¢ MichaelR@HA.com 


Texana 
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Jewelry 


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Sabrina Klugesherz, Ext. 1781 © SabrinaK@HA.com 
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Thania Kanewske, Ext. 1820 « ThaniaK@HA.com 
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Vintage Posters 


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Grey Smith, Ext. 1867 ¢ GreySm@HA.com 
Bruce Carteron, Ext. 1551 ¢« BruceC@HA.com 


Nature & Science 


HA.com/NatureAndScience 
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Numismatics 
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Win Callender, Ext. 1415 e WinC@HA.com 
Mark Feld, Ext. 1821 ¢ MFeld@HA.com 

Jason Friedman, Ext. 1582 e« JasonF@HA.com 
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Bob Marino, Ext. 13874 ¢ BobMarino@HA.com 
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Al Pinkall, Ext. 18385 ¢ AIR@HA.com 

Cass Christenson, Ext. 1316 ¢« CassC@HA.com 
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Len Glazer, Ext. 1390 « Len@HA.com 

Dustin Johnston, Ext. 1802 e¢ Dustin@HA.com 
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Huib Pelzer ¢ HuibP@HA.com® 

Jan Schoten ¢ JanS@HA.com® 

Idsard Septer © IdsardS@HA.com® 


Sports Collectibles 


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Peter Calderon, Ext. 1789 « PeterC@HA.com 
Tony Giese, Ext. 1997 « TonyG@HA.com 
Derek Grady, Ext. 1975 « DerekG@HA.com 
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Lee Iskowitz, Ext. 1601 ¢ Leel@HA.com' 

Mark Jordan, Ext. 1187 ¢ MarkJ@HA.com 
Chris Nerat, Ext. 1615 ¢ ChrisN@HA.com 

Rob Rosen, Ext. 1767 ¢ RRosen@HA.com 
Jonathan Scheier, Ext. 13814 ¢ JonathanS@HA.com 
Jason Simmons, Ext. 1652 ¢« JasonS@HA.com 


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Timepieces 
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Jim Wolf, Ext. 1659 ¢ JWolf@HA.com 
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Wine 
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Steve Lansdale, Ext. 1699 ¢ Steve_L@HA.com 
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Special Collections 
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Trusts & Estates 

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Michelle Castro, Ext. 1824 e MichelleC@HA.com 
Elyse Luray, Ext. 18369 ¢ ElyseL@HA.com' 

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'Primary office location: New York 
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Arms & Armor and Civil War & Militaria 
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November 19 — 22, 2020 
December 17 — 19, 2020 
December 18 — 19, 2020 
January 6 — 10, 2021 
January 6-11, 2021 
January 21 - 22, 2021 
AUCTION DATES 
November 17, 2020 
November 19, 2020 
November 20, 2020 
December 3, 2020 
December 4, 2020 
December 4, 2020 
December 11, 2020 
January 28, 2021 
March 16, 2021 
March 19, 2021 

April 10, 2021 

April 20, 2021 

April 23, 2021 

April 29, 2021 

May 1, 2021 

May 7, 2021 

May 13, 2021 

May 13, 2021 
AUCTION DATES 
November 14, 2020 
November 15, 2020 
November 19 — 22, 2020 
November 21 -— 22, 2020 
December 10, 2020 
December 11, 2020 
January 14, 2021 
January 28, 2021 

March 18, 2021 

March 20 - 21, 2021 
March 27, 2021 


Closed 
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November 23, 2020 
November 16, 2020 
November 18, 2020 


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Closed 

November 18, 2020 
January 4, 2021 
January 22, 2021 
February 5, 2021 
February 16, 2021 
February 18, 2021 
February 17, 2021 
February 26, 2021 
March 5, 2021 
March 3, 2021 
March 11, 2021 


SUOILONY HUuIWOOdnN 


CONSIGNMENT DEADLINE 
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December 7, 2020 
January 21, 2021 

January 20, 2021 
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November 21 -— 22, 2020 
December 6, 2020 
February 27 — 28, 2021 
March 3, 2021 

May 19, 2021 

June 6, 2021 


Closed 

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January 6, 2021 
January 11, 2021 
March 29, 2021 
April 15, 2021 


Fine Jewelry 
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December 6, 2020 
December 7, 2020 
December 8, 2020 
December 11, 2020 
March 12, 2021 
May 2, 2021 

May 3, 2021 

June 1, 2021 


Closed 

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January 19, 2021 
February 25, 2021 
February 16, 2021 
March 17,2021 


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ONLINE AUCTIONS 


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Currency (US & World) | 7 PM Tuesdays Photographs | 3 PM Third Wednesdays 


Ancient Coins | 8 PM Wednesdays 
U.S. Coins | 7 PM Tuesdays & Wednesdays World Coins | 8 PM Thursdays 
Nature & Science | 8 PM Thursdays 
Wine | 10 PM First Thursdays 


All times above are Central Standard Time Zone when the live online auction begins. 


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